|CALIFORNIA WILDLAND FIRE LOCATIONS|
CA-TGU-Cody Fire 94 acres, 100%
Location: Cody Dr X rawson Rd. South Red Bluff.
ROC: 200 acres Rapid ROS, 5 structures involved, going hard.
Structures: are threatened
Special Hazards: Contract Dozer rollover(No Injury), power lines down
Resources:[I] C2500, D2501, B2513, B2514, B2520, B2525, E2551, E2572, E2562, E2582, E2573, E2553, E2563, E2584, E2452, E110, E112, E101, E103, E104, E111, E201, WT801, WT809, WT810, WT812, WT814, D2540, D2444, Bens DZR (rolled), ISH 4 and 5
CA-MNF Woods Creek. 29,552 acres, 75% contained.
3 Mi north of Mt. Clarence King, in the Castle Domes Meadow area. Independence, in Inyo Co.
CA-SLU- Calf Fire 640 acres - 30% contained
Road Closures: Currently the road is closed at the intersection of Highway 58 and Parkhill Road.
Evacuations: An evacuation shelter has been set up by the American Red Cross at Santa Margarita Elementary School.
The HEET (Horse Emergency Evacuation Team) has also set up facilities at the Templeton Live Stock Yard for evacuated animals with feed and water available on site.
Phone Numbers (805) 543-9642 (Calf Fire Information Number
Date/Time Started: July 16, 2012 11:35 am
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE San Luis Obispo Unit
County: San Luis Obispo County
Location: Highway 58 and Pozo Road, 5-8 miles east of the town of Santa Margarita
Acres Burned: 640 acres
Containment 640 acres - 30% contained
Evacuations: A mandatory evacuation order has been issued for the homes located on Parkhill Road between Highway 58 and Seven Oaks Road.
Cause: Under Investigation
Total Fire Personnel: 907
Fire crews: 35
Water tenders: 3
CA-MNF Mill Fire. 29,552 acres, 75% contained.
Crews conducted burning operations in the remaining fuels between the fire's edge and Goat Mountain Road. Firefighters are now working to put direct line on this edge of the fire. Crews will be staffing the area overnight, watching for any spots and keeping fire activity in check. Firefighters will continue to secure containment lines around the fire perimeter, extinguish hot spots from the fire's edge, and patrol up to 300 feet inside the lines.
- A closure order remains in effect for the Mendocino National Forest for all roads and trails in the recreation area outside Stonyford on the south central portion of the Grindstone Ranger District. he closure order can be found on the internet at: www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/mendocino/alertsnotices.
- East Park Reservoir in Colusa County, about 100 miles northwest of Sacramento, Calif., has been closed to recreational activities due to safety concerns including air quality and emergency vehicles operating in the area.
Incident Type Wildfire
Significant Events - Fire was successfully held above the Goat Mountain Road. Night shift continued patrol and mop up around the fire perimeter.
Smoke: Fire managers are concerned about smoke impacts to surrounding communities. Local Forest Service officials and the Incident Team are in close communication with local Air Quality Management Districts, and are also working with agricultural business operations in nearby areas. The Forest Service and the California Air Resources Board have set up smoke monitors. Air Quality Alerts have been issued by Mendocino & Lake County Air Quality Management Districts for the region.
Location: Mendocino National Forest, north and east of Letts Lake
Cause: Under investigation
Fuels: Timber, brush
Size: 18,985 acres
Structures Destroyed: 5 outbuildings
Estimated Containment Date: 07/20/2012
Resources Committed: 29 Type 1 crews, 13 Type 2 crews, 8 helicopters, 100 engines, 19 dozers, 12
water tenders. Total personnel = 1,582
Predicted Weather: Minor cooling and increased humidity is expected for the area over night, and into
the next few days. Although temperatures will decrease slightly, conditions will remain hot and dry.
Cause Under Investigation
Date of Origin Saturday July 07th, 2012 approx. 03:00 PM
Location 10 miles west of Stonyford, CA
Incident Commander Joe Molhoek
Total Personnel 965
Size 29,552 acres
Percent Contained 75%
Estimated Containment Date Friday July 20th, 2012 approx. 12:00 AM
Fuels Involved - The fire is burning in timber and brush.
Fire Behavior - Interior islands continue to burn within the containment lines. Fire behavior decreased due to higher humidity.
Growth Potential - The Mill Fire has low potential for growth.
Terrain Difficulty - The difficulty of the terrain is high.
Remarks - Acres burned by land allocation: USFS: 26,019 acres; BLM: 1,574 acres; Private: 1,659 acres. Acres burned by DPA: Federal: 27,092 acres; State: 2,160 acres.
Wind Conditions 4-10G15 mph NA
Temperature 55-60 degrees
Animal Shelter is located at the Pleasant Street entrance of the Gold Country Fairgrounds
The following streets are evacuated: Just Rd., Big Dipper Rd., Glory Mound Rd., Kings Hill Rd., Brushy Bear Rd., Brushy Creek Ln., Macy Creek, Adelin, Blind Doe, Mountain Lion, Spring Garden Rd, Log Cabin Ln, Pine Mountain Rd, Small Hope Mine Ln, Owl Creek Rd and parts of Shirttail Canyon.
Date/Time Started: July 11, 2012 3:25 pm
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit
County: Placer County
Location: Shirt Tail Canyon Rd and Yankee Jims Rd, northwest of Foresthill
Acres Burned: 2,650 acres
Containment 2,650 acres - 50% contained
Structures Destroyed: 1 residence & 4 outbuildings
Threatened: 170 residences
Cause: Under Investigation
Cooperating Agencies: Placer County Sheriff, Placer County OES, Placer County Animal Control, California National Guard, CHP, CalEMA, BLM, CDCR, State Parks, and BOR.
Total Fire Personnel: 2,206 personnel
Engines: 161 engines
Fire crews: 62 crews
Airtankers: 2 air tankers
Helicopters: 15 helicopters
Dozers: 37 bulldozers
Water tenders: 32 water tenders
Phone Numbers (530) 823-4083 (Robbers Fire Information Line)
CA-SHF Flat Fire. 1688 acres, 80% contained.
Current Situation: The Flat Fire is burning on U.S. Forest Service land on the Trinity River Management Unit of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest near the community of Del Loma. The Northern California Interagency Incident Management Team 1 is in command of the fire. The fire has been burning along Highway 299 in the Del Loma area.
Incident Type Wildfire
Cause Under Investigation
Date of Origin Wednesday July 11th, 2012 approx. 05:03 PM
Location Highway 299, two miles west of Del Loma
Incident Commander Paul Whitcome, Type 3 organization will shadow IMT 2 on 7/17 in preparation for transfer of command back to local unit on 7/18. State CRW2's are from Eastern States.
Total Personnel 533
Size 1,712 acres
Percent Contained 80%
Estimated Containment Date - Wednesday July 18th, 2012 approx. 12:00 AM
Fuels Involved - Timber with Hardwood litter and grass
Fire Behavior - Backing, flanking and short uphill runs with moderate rates of spread, single tree torching, and short range spotting less than 1/4 mile.
Outlook Planned Actions - Continue holding, mop up, and suppression repair in all divisions. Continue structure protection around community of Del Loma and isolated private residences.
Growth Potential - Medium
Terrain Difficulty - Extreme
Remarks - Reportable injuries to two firefighters were a shin and ankle injury.
Wind Conditions 12 mph W
Temperature 88 degrees
Additional Information: Additional fire information can be obtained by calling the Public Information Line at (530) 623-2534 or contact the Shasta-Trinity National Forest Public Affairs Officer Robin Croft at (530) 226-2494. Also check Inciweb.org for additional updates.