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Friday, August 9, 2013

Bee Fire CA-ANF-003796 Santa Clarita Los Angeles County 100 acres 25% containment RROS #CaFire

Bee Fire CA-ANF-003796 Santa Clarita Los Angeles County

Evacuations: Firefighters are establishing trigger points in the event evacuations are needed as a precaution.
Road Closures: CHP has placed a hard closure in place for San Francisquito Canyon between Santa Clarita Valley Rd. and Antelope Valley.

Approximate Location

34.567 latitude, -118.473 longitude 
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Update 8-10 0900: 100 acres, 25% contained. Total Personnel 150
Update 2000: 80 acres, Firefighters are aggressively working to hold fire at the roadway and prevent from reaching into the Green Valley area. 
Update 1830:  AA ordered 3 more AT's

Location: San Francisquito Canyon Rd / Stator Ln
ICP: LA County Fire Camp #14 35100 San Francisquito Canyon Rd. Saugus, CA 91350 Incident is in unified command Angeles National Forest and Los Angeles County Fire.
Reported Date/time: 8-9 17:20
IA: 4 acres wildfire near San Francisquito Canyon, rapid rate of spread with heavy smoke showing. Running uphill in medium fuel. Light wind N / NE. Second alarm with structures threatened. B6 requesting 2nd alarm. Unified command w/ANF at LAC camp 14.
ROS: Rapid rate of spread
ROC:60 acres, 0% containment,  Fire is burning in grass and brush.
Fuels: Medium brush
Structure Threats: Structures threatened with structure protection in place. 
Concerns: Electrical transmission lines in the vicinity of the fire. 
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Radio Frequencies: C-B12, A-Forest Net T14, PTAC- NIFC T1, STAC V-11D, A/G- FS RGN 5, Victor Freq 135.975
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