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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

CA-RRU-#IndianaFire Riverside County #WildlandFire 100 acres #CaFire

CA-RRU-Indiana Making good progress #CaFire

INCIDENT INFORMATION FACT SHEET

Riverside County Fire Department in cooperation with CAL FIRE
Incident Name: Redlands Type of Incident: Wildland Fire
Incident Address: Redlands Boulevard and San Timoteo Canyon Road Incident Number: CA-RRU-72274
Community: North of Moreno Valley Date Reported: 7/16/2013
Time Reported: 5:48 PM
Fatalities: 0 Major: 0 Moderate: 0 Minor: 0 Non Injury: 0
Transported Ground Ambulances: 0 Est. Containment Time:
Air Ambulance: 0 Est. Control Time:
Loss: $0.00
Saved: $0.00 Evacuations: No
Cause: Evacuation Comments:
Resources Assigned
Fire Fighters: 145 Helicopters: 1 Utilities: No
Engine Companies: 11 Air Tankers: 2 Air Attack: Yes
Truck Companies: 0 Fire Crews: 7 OES: No
Overhead Personnel: 5 Water Tenders: 0 Red Cross: No
Fire Investigator: No Bulldozers: 2 Displaced Persons: No
RVC Medics: 0 Adults: 0
Ambulance Air: 0 Ground: 0 Specialized Equipment: None,
Current Situation
(Recent updates are posted at the top of the Current Situation)
Update 9:50 p.m. - Fire estimated at 100 acres, 20% contained.
Update 8:10 p.m. - Fire estimated at 50 acres with less than 10% containment. San Timoteo Canyon Road closed to non-residents from Redlands Boulevard to Fisherman's Retreat. Check CHP website for the latest on closures (www.chp.ca.gov).
Update 7:10 p.m. - Fire estimated at 20 acres.
CAL FIRE/Riverside County Firefighters are on-scene of a fire North of Moreno Valley. First arriving units reported approximately 10 to 12 acres. Updates will be posted as information becomes available.
Cooperating Agencies
CAL FIRE/Riverside, CAL FIRE/San Bernardino, CAL FIRE/San Diego, California Highway Patrol – Indio, Riverside County Fire Department, Redlands PD, Redlands FD,

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