Skies around Disneyland turn orange as Anaheim Hills fire rages

Skies around Disneyland turn orange as Anaheim Hills fire ragesIt's not looking like the happiest place on earth today. As historic wildfires rage across the state of California, guests at Disneyland in Anaheim are some of the latest to experience a pre-Halloween fright. SEE ALSO: Insane wildfire photo perfectly sums up America in 2017 14 fires in northern California laid waste to some 1,500 structures over Sunday and Monday while Santa Ana winds put much of southern California in critical danger. In Anaheim, entire neighborhoods were evacuated while smoke billowed near the famous resort.  Visitors have shared some of their photos of the smoky scene on social media.  @Disneyland looking surreal with #canyonfire2 burning in the distance pic.twitter.com/gaVpOrwXw1 — Laura Olden (@LOldenPhoto) October 9, 2017 Fire skies as seen at #Disney #dca #california #fire pic.twitter.com/OzS5rXcczX — Donna Biroczky (@DangerCupcake) October 9, 2017 The view from Disneyland of the #anaheimhills fire. pic.twitter.com/S7adGlzxU5 — Terry Scanlon (@terryscanlon) October 9, 2017 Smoky skies over #Disneyland #fire pic.twitter.com/rLoRr1lF2G — Tianna M. (@TMac80) October 9, 2017 Disney’s California Adventure is on fire  pic.twitter.com/xqZ2jbSMJM — AP (@yeeitsanthonyy) October 9, 2017 To make matters even worse, guests report that ash is falling from the sky. That's right. Charred ash is quite literally going to rain on their afternoon parade.  Forest fires causing the sky at Disneyland and DCA to be filled with smoke. Ash raining from the sky. pic.twitter.com/oWWZPOTnx4 — Taylor Strickland (@WTStrick) October 9, 2017 Ash from Anaheim Hills fire falling on some guests food. Most patrons seem to be going about their day at Downtown Disney at @Disneyland. pic.twitter.com/3hQhxAuhKn — Brian M. Westbrook (@BrianWestbrook) October 9, 2017 Local news outlet KTLA reports that several freeways have been shut down in the area due to the fire, which comes just two weeks behind a massive 2,662-acre blaze in Coal Canyon. Mandatory evacuations for #CanyonFire2 in effect for homes east of Serrano, north of Nohl Ranch, south of 91 fwy. pic.twitter.com/xJBtTE8L3U — Anaheim Fire &Rescue (@AnaheimFire) October 9, 2017 Despite the wildfire burning through Anaheim, Disneyland currently remains open, according to guest services.  WATCH: How to prepare for natural disasters


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