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Saturday, August 15, 2015

CA-ANF Cabin Fire Los Angeles County with Evacuations

Cabin Fire, CA-ANF-003611, Los Angeles County

CABIN FIRE
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Update 08/19/2015 0800: 1,723 acres, heavy fuels, 98% contained
  • CA Type 2 IMT, SOCAL 3  (Wakoski) in command
  • Hwy 39 closed from Visitors center to Hwy 2
  • Evacuations remain in effect
Update 08/18/2015 0800: 1,723 acres, heavy fuels, 94% contained
  • CA Type 2 IMT, SOCAL 3  (Wakoski) in command
  • Hwy 39 closed from Visitors center to Hwy 2
  • Evacuations remain in effect
Update 08/17/2015 0800: 1,723 acres, heavy fuels, 84% contained
  • CA Type 2 IMT, SOCAL 3  (Wakoski) in command
  • Hwy 39 closed from Visitors center to Hwy 2
  • Evacuations remain in effect
Update 08/16/2015 0800: 1,723 acres, heavy fuels, 84% contained
  • CA Type 2 IMT, SOCAL 3  (Wakoski) in command
  • Hwy 39 closed from Visitors center to Hwy 2
  • Evacuations remain in effect
Update 08/15/2015 0800: 2500 acres, heavy fuels, 0% contained
· Type 3 IC (Buchwald) is in command
· SR- 39 closed above East Fork.
· Fire is moving into inaccessible terrain.
· Fire will likely enter San Gabriel Wilderness to the West and move towards Sheep Mountain Wilderness to the East and Lost Canyon to the North.
· Public has been evacuated from recreation areas including Crystal Lake as well as residence along Hwy 39

Location: 3 miles North of Rincon Redbox Road X San Gabriel Canyon


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