Two fast-moving wildfires in California have destroyed 10 homes and have forced the evacuation of hundreds more, US officials say.
In the Sacramento region, a fire has spread to cover an area of about 4,000 acres, while another blaze threatens homes around Yosemite National Park.
The Sacramento fire is around 35% contained, officials told local media.
Separately a man in his 20s died and others were hurt in a lightning strike in a rare summer storm in Los Angeles.
Most of the victims were hit on a beach in Los Angeles, though one golfer was also struck on nearby Catalina island.