Tuesday, June 26, 2018

[californiadisasters] Pawnee Incident - CA - LNU - Lake Co.

Pawnee Fire Incident Information:
Last Updated: June 26, 2018 12:45 pm
Date/Time Started: June 23, 2018 5:21 pm
Administrative Unit: Unified Command: CAL FIRE, Lake County Sheriffs Office, US Forest Service, & Northshore Fire Protection District
County: Lake County
Location: Pawnee Rd & New Long Valley Rd, northeast of Clearlake Oaks
Acres Burned - Containment: 11,500 acres - 5% contained
Structures Threatened: 600
Structures Destroyed: 22
Evacuations: Mandatory evacuation orders are in effect for the entire Spring Valley community which includes all roads accessed off of Old Long Valley Road and New Long Valley Road, north of Highway 20. Also, includes Mule Skinner, Long Branch, Watertrough Rd, Flintlock, Muzzleloader, No Guns, Antelope, Cougar, Marianne, Ramrod, and Moccasin.

For the latest evacuation information visit the Lake County Sheriff's Office's website: http://www.lakesheriff.com/

Evacuation center: Lower Lake High School 9430 Lake Street, Lower Lake, CA

Animal staging is located at Social Service Center, 15975 Anderson Ranch Parkway, Lower Lake, CA. For additional animal needs, call animal control at (707) 263-0278.

Road Closures: LAKE COUNTY: State Route 20 at Old Long Valley Rd, at New Long Valley Rd, at Walker Ridge, & at Mule Skinner Rd. COLUSA COUNTY: State Route 20 at Bear Valley Rd, Bear Valley Rd at Brim Rd, Leesville Lodge Rd. At Brim Rd.
Cooperating Agencies: Lake County Sheriffs Office, Lake County OES, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, California Conservation Corps., Bureau of Land Managementmt, United States Forest Service, California Highway Patrol, PG&E and Lake Evacuation Animal Protection.
Total Fire Personnel: 1422
Total Fire Engines: 110
Total Fire Crews: 35
Total Helicopters: 15
Total Dozers: 58
Total Water Tenders: 10
Long/Lat: -122.59848/39.0674
Conditions: The fire burned very actively throughout the night in the Spring Valley area, north east of Clearlake Oaks in Lake County. The fire is being driven by low relative humidity, erratic winds, and above normal temperatures. Evacuation orders are in effect for the entire Spring Valley area and residents are reminded to heed all evacuation orders. Additional resources are enroute to the incident.
Phone Numbers (707) 967-4207 (Pawnee Public Information Line )  
Phone Numbers (707) 560-1202 (Pawnee Fire Media Line )  



Posted by: Kim Noyes <kimnoyes@gmail.com>

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