Yet another wildfire ripped through California Monday, ravaging Anaheim Hills as it forged a path through the region. The quick-moving Canyon Fire 2 burned through at least 800 acres as of Monday afternoon, according to the Orange County Register.

The fire was first reported at around 9:40 a.m. local time off the 91 Freeway, said Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Larry Kurtz. It was at first only about 25 acres but had torn through some 500 acres by 12:30 p.m., authorities said. The blaze prompted evacuations in some 1,000 homes in the area. At least two were significantly damaged so far.

The fire’s fast pace was the result of strong Santa Ana winds.

“It’s gotten a lot bigger,” said Anaheim Fire and Rescue spokesman Sgt. Daron Wyatt, according to the Orange County Register.

Around 200 firefighters worked to battle the flames Monday afternoon, but California Fire said it was still not at all contained, according to ABC News. Elementary schools in the area were closed and evacuated as were three parks: Irvine, Santiago Oaks and Yorba.

“You need to be prepared to evacuate and now is the time to do so,” Wyatt said in a video posted to the fire department’s Facebook page. “Take everything that you can that will sustain you for the next couple of days.”

Canyon Fire 2 comes after what was originally dubbed Canyon Fire in September: a massive blaze that burned 2,600 acres on the border of Corona and Anaheim. Canyon Fire 2 was now one of fourteen wildfires raging in eight California counties, including Sonoma and Napa Counties. The fires had so far decimated an estimated 57,000 acres of land and destroyed 1,500 structures. At least one person died and two were seriously injured from the fires, officials said Monday afternoon.