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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Quick Look: Southern California Wildfires 24146 Acres [MAP]

Southern California Wildfires 5-18-14 2030hrs

Southern California Wildfires Aerial Map 5-18-14

Southern California Wildfires Aerial Map

Basilone Complex CA-MCP-001363;Tomahawk, Pulgas and Combat incidents 21,240 total acres to date, 92% contained. Incident managed as a complex as of 0600 05/17 by Federal Type 2 IMT Garwood

Tomahawk Fire CA-MCP-001554; Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update 5-18-14 2030: 5,367 acres, 100% contained
Location: Naval Weapons Station, Fallbrook, San Diego County
Jurisdiction FRA (MCP).
Pulgas Fire CA-MCP-001556; Vegetation Fire, San Diego County,Update 5-18-14 2030: 14,416 Acres, 97% contained
Location: NB I-5 at Las Pulgas Rd., Oceanside, San Diego County
Jurisdiction FRA (MCP)
Combat Fire CA-MCP-001589; Vegetation Fire, San Diego County,
Update 5-18-14 2030: 1,457 Acres, 100% contained
Location: Telaga Ridge, MCB Camp Pendleton, San Diego County
Jurisdiction FRA (MCP)

San Diego Complex CA-MVU-010242; Cocos and Highway incidents
Cal Fire IMT – 4 is in Unified Command with San Marcos Fire Dept., Escondido Fire Dept., and Elfin Forest / Harmony Grove Fire Departments
Update 5-18-14 2030: 2,906 acres, 80% contained.

Cocos Fire  CA-MVU-010212; Vegetation Fire, San Diego County
Update 5-18-14 2030: 2,520 acres, 80% Containment
Location: Twin Oaks Valley Road x Craven, San Marcos, San Diego County Jurisdiction LRA / SRA
Highway Fire 441 acres, 100% containment 5-17-14

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