Five structures are being threatened after a brush fire in western Fresno County grew to 12,000 acres Monday night, Cal Fire said.
The Garza fire began by Tar Canyon Road near Avenal around 5 p.m. Sunday. Containment Monday night was at 7 percent, Cal Fire said.
Two firefighters were taken to local hospitals with injuries, and one was heat-related, according to Emergency Medical Services officials.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
The Garza fire is one of several fires burning in the western U.S. as of Monday.