Saturday, September 25, 2010

CA-LNU-Bodega Bay - wildland fire - 98 acres - 100% #Wildfire

 Final Update 0800hrs -  Bodega Fire is mapped at 98 acres and 100% contained. 
One firefighter was injured when he came into contact with a power line, the firefighter was flown to Saint Francis Memorial Hospital. His condition is critical but stable. 
#Alert: Sonoma County - Bodega Bay 911 PSAP service disrupted, 911 call system is out for Bodega Bay, if you have an emergency call the Bodega Bay Fire Department at (707) 875-3700
Bodega Bay - wild-land fire perimeter map
One firefighter was injured when he came into contact with a power line, according to early reports. A Cal Fire spokeswoman said the firefighter was flown to Saint Francis Memorial Hospital. His condition is not known. 
Road closure: Highway 1 is closed between Valley Ford Freestone and Estero until tomorrow morning.
Bodega Bay - wildfire location map
 Last Updated: September 25, 2010 6:00 pm
Date/Time Started: September 25, 2010 12:30 pm.
IA: Large column showing from Healdsburg building rapidly.B1410 AA140 T85 T86 Copter 104 E1462 E1457 E1476
Update 1345 - Per Ic, Problem with Spotting. Req. 2 - ST T3s Engines, 4 - Add. WTs, 2 - Add. Crews, 2 - Add. Overhead, Immediate Need to the Fire.
new request 2 STEN type 3
2 ST Crews
2 dozers Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit
County: Sonoma County
Location: Bodega Bay, Highway 1 Just north of Bodega Highway. Near the intersection of Hwy 1 and Bay Hill Rd.
GPS:  38 19 56 N  122 59 28 W
Acres Burned: Containment 89 acres - 80% containment.
Fuels/Terrain: Established in a eucalyptus grove and spotting aggressively in dry grass.(very low FM).
Fire behavior:  Extended attack fire, spotting aggressively
WX: Onshore wind pushing fire towards town of Bodega.
Comms: Command 6, Tone 12; added 2nd Tac. - CDF Tac. 10
Original dispatch comms:  LNU West for Command, CDF Tact 6 for tactical
Air Tact 23 for air to air.
Resources: Dayshift - AEU just formed Engine Strike Team 9270C for this fire. It will form up at St. 89 at 2030. STL=2708
Engines 2751,2753, 2758,2762, and 2793
Ground: Dozer 1441 Dozer 1440
Air: Air Attack 140, Copter 104 Copter 101 Tankers T-85, T-86, T-90, and T-91,
Online Scanner: http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?ctid=231
Also: www.MtDiabloCam.com/fire.htm 
Webcam: http://www.alltravelcams.com/bodega_...eshoe_cove.phpMore info: Press Democrat article - Link
Wildlandfire.com forum - Link

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