State ID: CA
3 letter designator: LAC/ANF
Fire name: CASTAIC
Location: CASTAIC LAKE
Reported acres: 20+ Potential for 200-300.
Rate of spread: MROS
Report on Conditions: Topography Driven, Winds 15+ mph
Structure threat: None
Resources: Full ANF & LAC 1st Alarm
Radio channels: Forest Net Tone 8, A/G59, NIFC T2, Region 5 Tac 4, LAC Blue 11
Scanner link: https://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/22924/webflash
Webcam link: http://www.alertwildfire.org/orangecoca/index.html?camera=Axis-OatNorth1&v=81e002f
Agency Website: http://www.wildcad.net/WCCA-ANF.htm
State ID: CA
Full set of aircraft enroute with another request for 1 additional tanker any type
Oat Mtn is good as well
Building a respectable column.
In alignment currently and spotting ahead.
AT72, 76, 40, 160
50 plus acres, RROS. Large column showing now.
Requesting 5 Immediate Need Type 1 Crews, Any type closest if Type 1 Unavail.
Also still awaiting LACO to approve a 2nd Dozer Team immediate need.
Looks like a repeat of the 2017 Lake fire that also started off the north shore of Castaic Lake
Requesting 4 immediate Need Dozers.
LACO Dozer Team 6 dispatched as the initial immediate need.
BC22 requesting dedicated Admin Channel. (Blue 11)
Releasing the LAC Type 1 Engines with the exception of E108 at the Helispot.
160 ac. Potential for 500.
SOPS Unable to fill Dozers. 3 Crew coming from LAC.
Column died drastically.
BC-22 reports forward progress of the fire has been stopped at 170 acres. All LACo resources committed will be on scene until 2200 Hours. All Type I Engines released
AA410 and 2AL(AA Trainee) were released back to Porterville