Wildfire season is heating up in parts of the West and fire crews in California and Arizona are doing everything they can to get ahead of several wildfires already in the region.
A brush fire prompted the evacuation of Six Flags Magic Mountain in Santa Clarita, California on Sunday.
Cars lined up outside the amusement park as flames loomed in the distance.
In Northern California, fire crews rushed to get ahead of the Sand fire by removing dead trees and debris to clear out any fuel for the fire.
An evacuation of rural Yolo County was ordered early Sunday morning.
Residents fled their homes as smoke filled the air.
Officials said the Sand fire started Saturday afternoon and they have struggled to contain it.
Fueled by high winds and dry air, it ripped through wooded and remote areas.
In Arizona, fire crews are battling to wildfires outside of Phoenix.
Crews responded from above by dumping red powder flame retardant from the air.
The fast-growing inferno ripped through thousands of acres after it ignited Friday, consuming more than 7,000 acres of the Tonto National Forest in its first 24 hours.