The Coastal fire has burned at least 20 homes since it swept across Aliso Woods Canyon into Laguna Niguel on Wednesday, fire officials said.
The fast-moving brush fire prompted the evacuation of area homes and a luxury resort and golf course.
As of 9 p.m., the fire had grown to 200 acres in windy and dry conditions. Another 100 homes were potentially in the fire’s path, according to authorities.
A temporary shelter was set up at Crown Valley Community Center on Crown Valley Parkway.
Here’s a look at the fire’s location.
According to Zillow estimates, homes in the Laguna Niguel neighborhood are worth $2.6 million to $10 million. A 10,000-square-foot estate on Vista Court listed for $9.9 million appeared to burn in footage shot by television new crews in helicopters. (See red dot on the map below.)
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