Reagan Library Threatened by Wildfire in Simi Valley, CA #EasyFire

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California is being threatened by a new wildfire, dubbed the Easy Fire, Wednesday morning. The fire was reported to be on both sides of the library, which was ordered evacuated. Emergency personnel are on scene and in the air trying to protect the library. The library, which opened in 1991, reportedly was built with firewalls to protect exhibits and materials. President Reagan (in 2004) and First Lady Nancy Reagan (2016) are buried on the grounds of the library.

Screen image shows the morning sun obscured by smoke and glowing from the Easy Fire burning near the Reagan Library.

Video clips and still images from Wednesday morning:


Fox News anchor Bret Baier was at the library Tuesday night to discuss his new book,

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