This is a breaking news story; more information will be added as it becomes available.
Original post, 9:03 a.m.: Firefighters made progress on the Rye Fire throughout Wednesday night, constructing and holding perimeter fire lines.
The return of strong offshore winds will still be a major concern Thursday and residents are reminded to remain vigilant as conditions can quickly change.
The Rye Fire is currently at 7,000 acres with 15 percent containment. One structure has been destroyed.
For more information, call the Incident Information Line at (424) 266-0701 or the Los Angeles County Fire Information Line at (323) 881-2412.
Information can also be found at www.fire.lacounty.gov/rye-fire-santa-clarita/ or www.fire.ca.gov/current_incidents.
10:03 p.m.: The Rye Fire remains at 7,000 acres with 25 percent containment. Firefighters continued to build and reinforce containment lines Thursday. One firefighter was injured during fire suppressions efforts and was airlifted to a local burn center. Strong winds continue to test fire lines. Residents throughout Southern California are reminded to stay alert and ready due to extreme fire risk.