WRIGHTWOOD (CBSLA.com) — A brush fire burning near Wrightwood forced hundreds to evacuate Saturday morning.

The Pine Fire was first reported around 9:40 p.m. Friday along Highway 2 and had burned around 200 acres near Flume Canyon by 9 a.m.

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Fire officials say approximately 400 people have been evacuated from Apple Tree, Lion, Verdugo and Peavin camp grounds, including a group of Girl Scouts and a group of children with special needs.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Palmdale Station established an evacuation center at Serrano High School in Phelan, located at 9292 Sheep Creek Road.

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“My wife and I and a couple others, we live at the camp. We’re permanent residents up there,” concerned camp operator Alan Fiegenbaun told CBS2/KCAL9’s Joy Benedict from the evacuation center. “I mean, we’re safe, but our house is up there and we can’t get up there.”

Multiple agencies were assisting in the firefight.

A number of evacuees were allowed to retrieve their belongings at 6 p.m. on Saturday.

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Officials say they are concerned about strong winds from Tropical Storm Dolores and are trying to stop the flames from moving toward the residential Phelan area.