Saturday, December 15, 2018

Inciweb: U.S. Forest Service fire crews will pile and broadcast burn 273 acres around Angelus Oaks off Highway 38.

Incident Overview
U.S. Forest Service fire crews will pile and broadcast burn 273 acres around Angelus Oaks off Highway 38. The project, which will occur intermittently over the winter when conditions are safe for burning, is part of a larger effort to create defensible space between neighborhoods and wildland areas in the San Bernardino Mountains. Smoke and flame may be seen from a distance.

Tues., Dec. 18: Crews plan to treat 10 acres through pile burning on the east side of the community behind Spruce Ct. and Spruce Ave. Hikers at the San Bernardino Peak Trail trailhead may also see work being done.

Incident Information
Basic Information
Current as of 12/14/2018, 5:13:23 PM
Incident Type Prescribed Fire
Coordinates 34.153 latitude, -116.984 longitude

Outlook
Planned Actions
More pile burning may occur on Tues., Dec. 18, behind Spruce Ct. and Spruce Ave.

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