A new wildfire confirmed near West Butte Road and Pass Road, Sutter County, California, is estimated to have burned more than 1,000 acres of land so far. In this image, fire burns west of Redding, California, July 28, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A wildfire started near West Butte Road and Pass Road in Sutter County, California, on Tuesday evening has burned over 1,000 acres of land so far.

Multiple crews from Colusa, Yuba, Sutter County, and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) are responding to the fire which is reportedly moving rapidly toward some radio towers in the area.

The fire prompted road closure and four structures were threatened by the blaze so far. ABC 10 reported the fire is zero percent contained.

“CAL FIRE is assisting Sutter County Fire Protection District with a wildfire at W Butte Road and Pass Road (Sutter County),” CAL FIRE tweeted. The department is also assisting the county with air attacks.

Evacuations orders were issued for homes north of Pass Road on West Butte Road and an emergency center was opened at Sutter High School.