MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Some Minnesota agencies are helping put out wildfires Monday that are devastating California’s landscape.

Thousands of firefighters and support personnel have been assigned to fight record-breaking wildfires in California with over 70 personnel being from Minnesota Incident Command System agencies.

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The National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC) says as Monday, 93 large fires have charred more than 1.8 million acres nationwide with nearly 1.4 million of those acres being in California — where the state has reported the most fire activity.

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Evacuation orders are in effect for residents near the areas affected.

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