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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

CA-MVU- Wildcat Fire Barona Indian Reservation 170 acres - 78% contained RROS Structure Threats #CAFire

Wildcat 2 Fire Barona Indian reservation
CA-MVU-Wildcat 

Wildcat 2 Fire Barona Indian reservation
CA-MVU-Wildcat 


Voluntary Evacuations: Shelter at Barona Casino
Wildcat Canyon Rd. Reopened,



Wildcat Fire CA-MVU-012844, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, 

Update 7-19-15 0800: 170 acres, 78%
Update 7-17-15 2020: 150 acres, 10% contained. Fire is moving north, ICP is at Barona FD station 27 on Wildcat canyon. Day shift order for tomorrow is 5 type 3 strike teams, 14 crews. Aircraft order is for AA 330 and Tankers 70,71,76 are still assigned
Update 7-17-15 1820: 7 HOMES EVACUATED, fire is holding at 50 acres
Update 7-17-15 1800: Per IC fire has slowed to a moderate rate of spread, a lot of open-line with potential for 500 acres
Update 7-17-15 1720: 30-40 acres, still RROS, about 20 minutes until it bumps Wildcat Canyon

Location: Wildcat Canyon  south of Ramona

Wildcat Canyon Rd mile marker 7, Barona Indian Reservation
State DPA, BIA
IA Acres: 20
ROS: Rapid
ROC: 20+ acres, RROS, structures threatened
Structure Threats: Yes
Resources:Ground:
Air: 4 Air Tankers assigned, San Diego City Copter 1 is en route for night ops.
Day shift order for tomorrow is 5 type 3 strike teams, 14 crews. Aircraft order is for AA 330 and Tankers 70,71,76 are still assigned at Ramona AAB for the night.
Scanner: http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/9733/web
Live Video: http://www.camzone.com/chopper8
Live stream: http://fox5sandiego.com/on-air/live-streaming/

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