Aliso Viejo Fire Update: Laguna Beach, California, Wildfire Continues Burning

First responders continued to work to contain the Aliso Viejo fire in Laguna Beach, California, Sunday. The fire had spread to some 150 acres and was about 10 percent contained, the Orange County Fire Authority confirmed on Twitter.

Helicopters were making water drops to contain the flames, while more than 400 firefighters remained on scene. The Orange County Fire Authority said ground crews were "improving containment lines" Sunday afternoon. The fire previously spread to about 275 acres before dropping down to about 150 acres.

Some evacuation orders remained in place, while other residents were allowed to return to their homes. Mandatory evacuation orders were still in place for residents in the Top of the World neighborhood. Around 600 people remained displaced from their homes.

Monday classes were canceled for Top of the World Elementary School as a result of the fire. At Cosa Mesa High School, a prom scheduled for Saturday night was pushed back until next week.

The fire began It remained unclear how the fire began. One firefighter suffered a minor injury, according to KTTV. A second person was also injured, though no details were provided, according to Patch.