CHERRY VALLEY (CNS) - Evacuation orders for the El Dorado Fire burning in the Yucaipa area continued Tuesday, Sept. 8 in parts of Riverside County, and firefighters were bracing for the possibility of expanding those orders due to increased wind gusts forecast for the region. The blaze, which has charred 10,574 acres and was 16% contained as of Tuesday morning, was caused by a smoke device that ignited brush during a gender-reveal family photo shoot Saturday morning at Yucaipa's El Dorado Ranch Park, according to Cal Fire investigators. No injuries have been reported. An outbuilding was destroyed over the weekend, but no other damage has been reported. The U.S. Forest Service said evacuation orders were issued in Cherry Valley, along with parts of San Bernardino County including Oak Gle
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