Boeing 747 plane attempts to slow wildfire in California
Authorities have evacuated cabins in two communities in the Santa Ana Mountains in Orange County because of a fast-moving wildfire. Firefighters were attacking the 'Holy Fire' with a special Boeing 747 plane known as the “Global Supertanker”. The fire began around 2 pm. Monday and quickly grew to more than a square mile (2.6 square kilometres). The cause of the blaze was not immediately known.