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Monday, June 20, 2016

CA-ANF-Reservoir Fire Angeles National Forest, Los Angeles County

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-Reservoir, Vegetation Fire Angeles National Forest, Los Angeles County

Vegetation Fire

Location: Highway 39 MM 20.22, near Morris Dam Reservoir FRA
Acres: 15
ROS: Rapid
ROC: Fire running uphill, public safety threat. 100+ degrees.
Structure threats: not currently.
Special Hazards: Extremely steep terrain, hot temperatures, heavy traffic in the canyon.
IA Resources: ANF 2nd alarm, LAC 1st alarm
ANF resources: BC-21 BC-22 BDF-337 CRW-1 CRW-63 ED-10 ENG-112 ENG-12 ENG-22 ENG-25 ENG-311 ENG-32 ENG-324 ENG-351 PAT-21 PAT-22 PVBC-23 WT-10 WT-222
Aircraft: T01, T70, T534

06/28/16 1845: CA-LNU Reservoir Fire: 215 acres, 100% contained.

06/21/16 1845:  FINAL UPDATE FishFire = 2,500 acres, #ReservoirFire = 2,400 acres ALL FURTHER UPDATES AT San Gaberiel Complex #CAfire
06/21/16 0845: 2,400 Acres, 0% Contained
Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
Fire behavior remained active overnight.
Fire is projected to merge with the Fish Fire today.
Threat to major Southern California Edison utility corridors, FS infrastructure, FS administrative sites, LA County Fire Camp, drinking water reservoirs,and state highway.06/20/16 1945: 1,500 Acres, 0% Contained.
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in brief at 2000 today
  • No 209 submitted at this time.

06/20/16 1645: 600 Acres, 0% Contained Wakoski Type 2 IMT in brief at 2000 today and transition tomorrow morning Incident is no longer in unified command Structures threatened Mandatory evacuations
06/20/16 1325: Wakoski's team ordered in-briefing at 1800 today.
06/20/16 1325: Evacuations from Crystal lake down to the fire and ALL campsites. Including camp Williams 
06/20/16 1325: 500+ acres
06/20/16 1330: Air Ops: AA-15 lead A-2
06/20/16 1222: 2nd start west of the quarry at bottom of the hill
06/20/16 1217: Request for VLAT and additional investigator for four. 3 additional type 3 helicopters one will be Orange County
06/20/16 1200: 100+ acres, rapid rate of spread.
06/20/16 1145: 40 acres in Angeles National Forest above Glendora. 
 2nd alarm LA County, 2 type 1 heavy helos reassigned from Sherpa fire, 5 dozers on order, coms: LAC Blue

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