The brush fire burning in the northwest Washington suburbs has left more than a half-dozen homes without power and at least four others without heat.
The fire started Sunday morning on Brush Creek, which sits in the suburbs of Buford and Lyndhurst.
It has been burning since Tuesday and is still burning with no control, and it’s not known how long it will take to bring it under control.
The National Weather Service says it could be as long as 10 days before it’s under control, which is not expected to be good.
It’s a major fire in the middle of an active wildfire season.