Some photos from the fire lines last night in the Angeles National Forest.

US Forest Service hotshot firefighters with Engine 24 look at maps as plans are review for the evening’s containment strategy as crews battle the Williams Fire on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012 in Angeles National Forest, Calif. The wildfire started after a car caught fire along East Fork Road and grew to over 3,600 acres over steep terrain, evacuating about 12,000 campers visiting the forest for the Labor Day Weekend. Smoke from the blaze was visible throughout the Los Angeles area. © 2012 Patrick T. Fallon

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Tourists watch as a water dropping helicopter flies to battle the Williams Fire on Sunday, September 2, 2012 in Angeles National Forest, Calif. The wildfire started after a car caught fire along East Fork Road and grew to over 3,600 acres over steep terrain, evacuating about 12,000 campers visiting the forest for the Labor Day Weekend. Smoke from the blaze was visible throughout the Los Angeles area. © 2012 Patrick T. Fallon

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A large mushroom cloud of smoke rises over the Williams Fire on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012 in Angeles National Forest, Calif. The wildfire started after a car caught fire along East Fork Road and grew to over 3,600 acres over steep terrain, evacuating about 12,000 campers visiting the forest for the Labor Day Weekend. Smoke from the blaze was visible throughout the Los Angeles area. © 2012 Patrick T. Fallon

Tourists watch as a water dropping helicopter flies to battle the Williams Fire on Sunday, September 2, 2012 in Angeles National Forest, Calif. The wildfire started after a car caught fire along East Fork Road and grew to over 3,600 acres over steep terrain, evacuating about 12,000 campers visiting the forest for the Labor Day Weekend. Smoke from the blaze was visible throughout the Los Angeles area. © 2012 Patrick T. Fallon

The Williams Fire burns on Sunday, September 2, 2012 in Angeles National Forest, Calif. The wildfire started after a car caught fire along East Fork Road and grew to over 3,600 acres over steep terrain, evacuating about 12,000 campers visiting the forest for the Labor Day Weekend. Smoke from the blaze was visible throughout the Los Angeles area. © 2012 Patrick T. Fallon

The Williams Fire burns on Sunday, September 2, 2012 in Angeles National Forest, Calif. The wildfire started after a car caught fire along East Fork Road and grew to over 3,600 acres over steep terrain, evacuating about 12,000 campers visiting the forest for the Labor Day Weekend. Smoke from the blaze was visible throughout the Los Angeles area. © 2012 Patrick T. Fallon

FOX 11 TV reporter Al Naipo works in his news van as the Williams Fire burns on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012 in Angeles National Forest, Calif. The wildfire started after a car caught fire along East Fork Road and grew to over 3,600 acres over steep terrain, evacuating about 12,000 campers visiting the forest for the Labor Day Weekend. Smoke from the blaze was visible throughout the Los Angeles area. © 2012 Patrick T. Fallon

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