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Update on ALL Southern California fires

 

Last updated 10/26/2007 at Noon



Update on ALL Southern California fires as of 8 am Oct. 26

San Diego County

Witch Fire – 197,990 acres – 45% contained

Harris Fire – 84,300 acres – 20% contained

Poomacha Fire – 39,000 acres – 35% contained

Rice Fire – 9,000 acres – 40% contained

Horno/Ammo Fire – 19,353 acres – 80% contained

Wilcox Fire – 100 acres – 100% contained

Cajon Fire – 250 acres – 100% contained

McCoy Fire – 300 acres – 100% contained

Coronado Hills Fire – 300 acres – 100% contained

San Bernardino County

Slide Fire – 13,378 acres – 15% contained

Grass Valley Fire - 1,100 acres – 70% contained

Martin Fire – 123 acres – 100% contained

Walker Fire – 160 acres 100% contained

Orange County

Santiago Fire – 27,000 acres – 30% contained

Los Angeles County

Ranch Fire – 58,396 acres – 87% contained

Canyon Fire – 4,565 acres – 100% contained

Magic Fire – 2,824 acres – 100% contained

Buckweed Fire – 38,356 acres – 100% contained

Meadowridge Fire – 40 acres - 100% contained

Santa Barbara County

Sedgewick Fire – 710 acres – 100% contained

Riverside County

Rosa Fire – 411 acres – 100% contained

Roca Fire – 270 acres – 100% contained

Ventura County

Nightsky Fire – 35 acres – 100% contained

Harris Fire

Harris Ranch Road & Hwy 94

San Diego County

This fire has burned 84,300 acres and is 20 percent contained. The fire started October 21 and is burning at Harris Ranch Road and both sides of Highway 94 in Portrero in San Diego County. There have been 21 civilian and 12 firefighter injuries, as well as one death on this fire. 97 homes, 2 commercial properties and 17 outbuildings have been destroyed, and 250 additional structures are damaged. Damage assessments are still being conducted. 1,500 homes are still threatened.

Evacuation orders remain in effect. Re-entry for residents only was allowed in the Thousand Trails, Potrero and Tecate neighborhoods. Today residents only will be allowed to re-enter Jamul. The communities of Lyons Valley, Lawson Valley, Carveacre, San Miguel, Portrero, Barrett Junction, Barett Lake area, Engineer Springs, Dulzura, Deerhorn Valley, and homes along Millar Ranch Road are threatened. 1,341 firefighters are assigned under a unified command. The estimated cost of this fire to date is $5.8 million. Harris Fire Information Line (619) 590-3160.

Evacuation Order in place for communities of Lawson Valley and Carveacre 10/25/07

Harris Fire Fact Sheet 10/25/07 AM

Harris Fire Evacuation Order Lifted for Residents in the Otay Lakes and Thousand Trails Area 10/25/07

Harris Fire Evacuation Warning 10/24/07

Witch Fire

Witch Creek Area East of Ramona

San Diego County

This fire has burned 197,990 acres and is 45 percent contained. The Witch Fire has joined the Poomacha fire in the north. Mandatory evacuations are in place for the community of Julian and there is still a threat to Pine Hills, Cuyamaca, Wynola, Santa Ysabel, Alpine, Mesa Grande and Harbison Canyon. Fire progression has slowed to the west, southwest, and northwest. Residents are being allowed to return to portions of Poway, Valley Center, Escondido, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, Ramona and Rancho Bernardo. Wildcat Canyon is closed. Highway 67 is closed from Poway to Ramona.

1,061 homes, 30 commercial properties, and 175 outbuildings have been destroyed. 62 homes, 10 commercial properties and 50 outbuildings have been damaged. 1,000 residences, 100 commercial properties, and 300 outbuildings are still threatened. 239 vehicles have been destroyed.

2,883 firefighters are assigned to this incident under unified command. 26 firefighters have been injured on this fire. The estimated cost of this fire to date is $7.5 million. Witch Fire Information Line (619) 590-3160.

Poomacha Fire

Highway 76, Pauma Valley

San Diego County

This fire started October 23 as a structure fire on the Lajolla Indian Reservation. It has burned 39,000 acres and is 35 percent contained. The Poomacha Fire has joined with the Witch Fire to the south. 60 homes and 19 outbuildings have been destroyed. 2,000 homes remain threatened.

Evacuations are in progress in Valley Center. The communities of Valley Center, Rincon, Pauma Valley, Hidden Meadows, Deer Springs, Vista and Palomar are threatened. This fire has resulted in 12 firefighter injuries. 1,482 firefighters are currently assigned to this fire under unified command with CAL FIRE and the Cleveland National Forest. The estimated cost of this fire to date is $1.6 million. Poomacha Fire Information Line (760) 751-7600.

Slide Fire

San Bernardino National Forest

Green Valley Lake near Running Springs

San Bernardino County

This fire has burned 13,378 acres at Green Valley Lake near Running Springs in San Bernardino County and is currently 15 percent contained. 200 homes and 3 outbuildings have burned.

10,000 homes continue to be threatened. More than 2,000 people are at evacuation centers. Communities threateded are Green Valley, Running Springs, Live Oak, Fredalba, Smiley Park, Deer Lick, Calvery Chapel Camp, National Children’s Forest and Visitors Center, and Arrowbear Lake. All roads into the mountain communities are closed.

1,359 firefighters are currently assigned to this fire under unified command. The estimated cost of this fire to date is $3 million. Slide Fire Information Line (909) 383-5688.

Grass Valley Fire

San Bernardino National Forest

San Bernardino County

This fire has burned 1,100 acres and is 70 percent contained. The fire is northwest of Lake Arrowhead. 100 structures have been lost, and more than 6,000 homes remain threatened. There are mandatory evacuation for areas from Crestline to Snow Valley. Voluntary evacuations are in place for Cedar Pines Park and Valley of Enchantment. Evacuation Center have been established at the National Orange Show in San Bernardino and Victorville Fairgrounds in Victorville.

State Highway 18 is closed from 40th/Waterman to the Big Bear Dam, State Highway 330 is closed at Highland to Hwy 18, State Highway 138 is closed at State Highway 173. Residents may leave via these highways (except 330) but cannot go back up into the Mountains. Access to Big Bear is via Hwy 38 from I-10 in Redlands or from Hwy 18 through the Hi-Desert in Lucerne Valley.

780 firefighters are assigned to this incident. The estimated cost of this fire to date is $2.7 million. Grass Valley Fire Information Line (909) 383-5688.

Santiago Fire

Santiago Canyon Road at Silverado Canyon Road

Orange County

This fire has burned 27,000 acres and is 30 percent contained. Mandatory evacuations are in place for the canyon areas of Santiago Canyon Road between Silverado Canyon Road and Live Oak Canyon Road, including the Santiago Estates area and Jackson Ranch Road. Areas along Live Oak Canyon Road through the Trabuco Canyon area, including O'Neill Regional Park, to Trabuco Creek Road are included in this mandatory evacuation. The following road closures are in place: Santiago Canyon road south of the 241 Toll Road to Live Oak Canyon Road, all of Live Oak Canyon Road, all of Trabuco Canyon Road, Plano Trabuco road north of Robinson Ranch Road (northbound only).

Fourteen homes and eight outbuildings have been destroyed, and 8 residential structures and 12 outbuildings were damaged. 1,614 people are assigned to this incident and four firefighter injuries have been reported. The estimated cost of this fire to date is $4.5 million.

The Santiago Fire has been determined to be arson-caused. Santiago Fire Information Line (714) 573-6200.

Horno/Ammo Fire

Camp Pendleton

San Diego County

The Horno/Ammo Fire has burned 19,353 acres since October 23 and is 80 percent contained. The Horno Fire has two heads, one north bound tied into Basilone Road and the other south bound tied into Aliso Canyon Road. Firing Operations are being conducted on the northern head from San Onofre to Camp Horno and along Canyon Road to Bailone Road. 169 firefighters are assigned to this incident and one firefighter has been injured. For information on area relocations, please contact the Horno/Ammo Fire Information Line at (866) 430-2764.

Rice Fire

Rice Canyon

San Diego County

This fire has burned 9,000 acres in Rice Canyon in Northern San Diego County and is 40 percent contained. 206 homes, 2 commercial properties and 40 outbuildings have been destroyed. 200 homes are threatened currently. Evacuation orders are in effect for Fallbrook and outlying areas. Portions of Fallbrook have been reopened to residents. Three firefighters injuries have been reported. 1,073 firefighters are assigned to this fire under unified command. The estimated cost of this fire is $2.3 million. Full containment is expected on October 28. Rice Fire Information Line (619) 590-3160.

Ranch Fire

Angeles National Forest

Los Angeles County

This fire has burned 58,396 acres since October 20 and is 87 percent contained. The fire is burning six miles north of Castaic in Los Angeles County. All evacuations have been lifted. One home and eight outbuildings have been destroyed. 492 personnel are assigned to this incident. The estimated cost of this fire to date is $8.2 million. Full containment is expected on October 30. Ranch Fire Information Line (626) 821-6700.

CONTAINED

Canyon Fire

Malibu Canyon

Los Angeles County

This fire has burned 4,565 acres and is 100 percent contained. Evacuations have been lifted. 22 structures have been damaged or destroyed. Three injuries have been reported. The estimated cost of this fire to date is $4.2 million. Canyon Fire Information Line (323) 881-2411.

Cajon Fire - FINAL

I-15/Kenwood in Devore

San Bernardino County

This fire started October 22 and has burned 250 acres. The fire is 100 percent contained. Cajon Fire Information line (909) 383-5688.

Rosa Fire - FINAL

Near Temecula

Riverside County

This fire burned 411 acres and is 100 percent contained. Two outbuildings were destroyed by this fire. Evacuations have been lifted and residents may return to their homes. All roads are open. Rosa Fire Information Line (951) 940-6985.

Sedgewick Fire - FINAL

Brinkerhoff Rd/Sedgewick Ranch/ Figueroa Mountain

Santa Barbara County

This fire, caused by arching power lines, burned 710 acres and is now 100 percent contained. 30 personnel are assigned to this fire. Sedgewick Fire Information Line (805) 681-5546.

Coronado Hills Fire - FINAL

South of Cal State San Marcos

San Diego County

This fire started October 22 and burned 250 acres south of Cal State San Marcos in San Diego County. Two outbuildings were destroyed in Discovery Hills and San Marcos. It is now 100 percent contained. Coronado Hills Fire Line (619) 590-3160.

Roca Fire - FINAL

East of Temecula

Riverside County

The Roca Fire burned 270 acres since October 21 and is 100 percent contained. All evacuation orders have been lifted.One home was destroyed and one injury was reported. Roca Fire Information Line (951) 940-6985.

Walker Fire

Northwest of Lake Arrowhead

San Bernardino County

This fire burned 160 acres northwest of Lake Arrowhead in San Bernardino County and is now 100 percent contained. The evacuation center is now closed. Four engines remain on scene. Walker Fire Information line (909) 383-5688.

McCoy Fire - FINAL

Cleveland National Forest

San Diego County

This fire burned 300 acres and is 100 percent contained. The fire started October 21 in the Boulder Creek/Eagle Peak area of San Diego County. One residence and one outbuilding were destroyed. McCoy Fire Information Line (619) 590-3160.

Wilcox Fire - FINAL

Camp Pendleton

San Diego County

This 100 acre fire on Camp Pendleton is now 100% contained. Wilcox Fire Information Line (866) 430-2764.

Meadowridge Fire

Santa Clarita - 14 Freeway, San Fernando

Los Angeles County

This 40 acre fire began at 12:30 October 23 and is now 100 percent contained. No communities are currently threatened. 182 firefighters are assigned to this fire under Los Angeles County command. Meadowridge Fire Information Line (323) 881-2411.

Buckweed Fire

Mint Canyon Road at Sierra Hwy

Los Angeles County

This fire burned 38,356 acres and is 100 percent contained. The fire started October 21 and is burning at Mint Canyon Road and Sierra Highway in Los Angeles County toward Magic Mountain. 30 structures were damaged and 63 structures have been destroyed. Three civilians and one firefighter were injured. The estimated cost of this fire to date is $7.4 million. Buckweed Fire Information Line (323) 881-2411.

Magic Fire - FINAL

Old Cross Road at Magic Mountain Parkway

Los Angeles County

The Magic Fire has burned 2,824 acres since October 22 and is now 100 percent contained. Bouquet Canyon Road from Spunky Canyon to Shadow is closed. Magic Fire Information Line (323) 881-2411.

Martin Fire - FINAL

Martin Ranch Road at Meyers Road

San Bernardino County

This fire in the San Bernardino National Forest began at 9 a.m. October 23 and has burned 123 acres. It is 100 percent contained. 77 firefighters are assigned to this incident under unified command and one firefighter injury has been reported. One home has been damaged. No structures are threatened at this time. All evacuation notices have been lifted.

Nightsky Fire - FINAL

2 miles south of Moorpark

Ventura County

This fire is in Ventura County and began at 10:35 a.m. October 21 and burned 35 acres. It is 100 percent contained.

 

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