Firefighters attempt to push back flames in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Loma Prieta, California on September 27, 2016. The Loma Prieta Fire has charred more than 1,000 acres and burned multiple structures in the area. / AFP / Josh Edelson
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More California residents were ordered from their homes Tuesday as a growing wildfire threatened remote communities in the Santa Cruz Mountains.The blaze in a rugged area about 30 miles south of San Jose destroyed one home and charred more than 1.5 square miles of dry brush and timber, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.Hundreds of homes were evacuated after the fire broke out Monday amid a heat wave, and more residents were ordered to leave as the flames spread overnight.
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