|Fire Incident Information:|
|Last Updated:||June 29, 2007 7:00 pm|
|Date/Time Started:||June 24, 2007 2:10 pm|
|Administrative Unit:||Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit|
|County:||El Dorado County|
|Location:||West of South Lake Tahoe|
|Acres Burned:||3,100 acres; Full containment expected on July 3, 2007.|
|Containment||80% contained - 3,100 acres |
West of South Lake Tahoe.
|Control:||Full control expected on July 3, 2007 at 6:00 pm|
|Structures Destroyed:||254 residence and 75 commercial structures have been destroyed |
14 residence have been damaged
|Threatened:||300 homes, 45 commercial properties and 70 outbuildings.|
|Evacuations:|| A limited re-entry schedule has been developed for the residence of the Tahoe Mountain area and portions of the Lake Tahoe Blvd.|
For more information on evacuations and re-entry call (530) 541-9205.
|Cooperating Agencies:||All fire agencies within the Tahoe Basin, USFS, CAL FIRE, CHP, South Lake Tahoe Police Department, El Dorado County Sheriffs Office, Red Cross, Civil Air Patrol.|
|Total Fire Personnel:||1,332 (424 CAL FIRE)|
|Fire crews:||27 (14 CAL FIRE)|
|Engines:||73 (30 CAL FIRE)|
|Costs to date:||$9.7 million|
|Major Incident Command Team:||Unified Command|
|Conditions:||The fire is burning in heavy timber and rugged terrain.|
A Red Flag Alert will remain in effect until 9:00 pm this evening.
The Highway 89 road closure has been lifted. Utility companies are restoring services within the fire area including power and gas lines. Crew safety remains a concern due to working in hazardous conditions including rolling material, snags and along roads where public and utility traffic has been reintroduced.
|Phone Numbers||(530) 543-2694 (Angora Fire Information)|