“Significant fire growth” is expected for the LNU Lightning Complex fires, which continues to expand as the second-largest wildfire in state history.

As of Saturday morning, the fires had consumed 314,207 acres with 15% containment, Cal Fire reported. Solano County Undersheriff Brad DeWall said in a video posted on Facebook the fire has burned 50,000 acres in the county.

The fires have destroyed 560 structures and damaged 125 others. The fires continue to threaten 30,500 structures, Cal Fire said.

DeWall said 119 homes in Solano County have been destroyed.

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