By Bay Area News Group | PUBLISHED: July 23, 2018 at 10:54 am | UPDATED: July 23, 2018 at 11:19 am As the Ferguson Fire entered its 11th day, the evacuation area is extending to the north. The most recent evacuation order, issued Sunday afternoon, was for residents on Old Yosemite Road, in the Stanislaus National Forest five miles south of Highway 120. That community is at the southern edge of the huge area burned five years ago by the Rim Fire, the fourth-largest wildfire in California’s recorded history. Started by a campfire in Clavey River Canyon in August 2013, the fire burned 257,314 acres and destroyed 112 buildings. The Ferguson Fire started on July 13 and is nearing the size of the Klamathon Fire, which early this month burned 38,008 acres on the California-Oregon line. The summer’s biggest fire so far in the state is the County Fire, 90,288 acres in Yolo and Napa counties.
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