The fire is still burning blocks away from Calabasas High School. So Nebraska's satellite camp is moving to a new venue.
Sunday was supposed to have been a momentous showcase of the Calabasas evolution — school officials were eager to host their first satellite camp, eager to see a rush of talented football prospects invade a field that's just lately started regularly featuring its own crop of elite players. But that will have to wait.
The camp has been moved to Oak Park High School, the school announced, which is about a 20-minute drive from Calabasas.
The fire began around 4 p.m. (Pacific time) Saturday. It covered as many as 500 acres and reportedly led to the evacuations of 5,000 people in the Calabasas area.
Here's a quick look at what the move entails:
Just after 6 a.m. Saturday, the Los Angeles County Fire Department tweeted that the blaze was about 30 percent contained. Much of the area was without power. Some residents were allowed to return to their homes after 2 a.m.
UPDATE: #OldFire 516 acres 30% containment. 2 residence minor damage, 1 commercial type bldg destroyed. Topanga still under mandatory evac— LACounty Fire PIO (@LACoFDPIO) June 5, 2016