Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times
Fire crews from New Mexico cut a fire line in Juniper Hills to keep the Station fire from spreading. Overnight Saturday, the blaze grew to 157,220 acres, making it the 10th-largest fire in modern California history, fire officials said. The fire was 51% contained. A large plume of smoke drifted into the areas of Juniper Hills and Littlerock, and Incident Commander Michael Bryant said the fire was about five miles from Juniper Hills. We want our communities not to panic, Bryant said. Fire officials said the fires jump of the Angeles Crest Highway also threatened several structures.
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