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Incident #: BDF-11390 Fire Start: 4 months ago Location: 3.9 miles SSW of Pine Cove, CA Acres: 13,139 Agency: Federal Interagency Comm Center (CA-FICC) Dispatch Notes: L1kn cranston fire in brief. 10am thursday/7/26 @ beaumont city hall 550 e sixth st beaumont ca 92223
Fire Growth Potential
Updated: 4 hours, 49 mins ago — NOTE: Since the fire has been 100% contained, this listing will be removed from InciWeb on Friday, August 17. This page is no longer being updated. Location of Origin: Hwy 74 near Strawberry Creek Bridge Start date: July 25, 2018, 11:41 am Size: Approximately 13,139 acres Percent Contained: 100 percent Cause: Human-caused (arson) Resources Assigned: 39 personnel Fire Information number: 909-383-5688 (Recorded Message)Email Contact: 2018.Cranston@firenet.gov A Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) Team has begun an assessment of burned watersheds to identify post-wildfire threats to human life and safety, damage to property and infrastructure, and critical natural or cultural resources on National Forest System lands. This will provide a list of emergency stabilization measures to be taken before the first major rain storms. BAER maps and reports will be available online after the team has completed their assessments. Highways: Please use caution, stay focused on driving and not...
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Fire Unit Information
San Bernardino National Forest U.S. Forest Service 602 South Tippecanoe Ave. San Bernardino, CA 92408
Date of Origin
Wednesday July 25th, 2018 approx. 11:41 AM
Idyllwild, Mountain Center, Highway 243 and Highway 74
Jason Escandel, U.S. Forest Service
Estimated Containment Date
Friday August 10th, 2018 approx. 12:00 AM
Timber, Brush (2 feet), and Chaparral (6 feet). Drought stressed chaparral and heavy dead and down.
Minimal Fire behavior, warming and drying is enabling more smoke production as smoldering increased across the fire.
Continue to hold, and patrol all perimeter lines. Suppress all heat sources located within 200' of perimeter containment lines. Continue to identify suppression repair components and complete suppression repair.
Projected Incident Activity
Crews will continue to patrol and mop-up until full control is achieved.