3 letter designator:LNU
Rate of spread:not reported
Report on Conditions:50-100 acres ordered a task force and 5 engines, multiple dozers
Resources:ordered a task force and 5 engines, multiple dozers
Radio channels:LNU- east-CSU tac 6
20 engines requested, Starting Evacuations in the area of Spring Valley Rd & Shasta Rd.
100 acres well established. Units accessing off Quail Trail & Spring Valley Rd. No immediate structure threat. But IC still asking Sheriffs for evacuations.
AA is finally up over the Fire. He is only calling it 30 plus acres, which is probably more accurate. He is saying the Fire is actively burning up and down hill. 4 Tankers ordered along with 4 Copters.
ROSS: T83, T96 on station. T90 enroute from MECC
Evacs now for all of Spring Valley
IC reporting impact to structures. IC ordering mandatory evacuations to all of the Spring Valley subdivisions.
Units are no longer staging, all resources reporting directly to the fire.
AA reporting 60 acres with MROS to RROS.
AA just reported 200 acres, crews preparing for a firing operation
Currently 400 acres and making a good run with influence from a North wind.
Decent Web Cam showing the glow of the Fire:
Several new starts or spot fires in the area. (unclear which).
One RP reported hearing a series of booms before seeing fire.
5 closest Cal Fire engines dispatched
Recommendation to Duty Chief to activate Team for Major incident
Structures being lost. North wind on the fire.
Multiple structures heavily involved w/ fire on both sides of Wolf Creek Rd, will impact Spring Valley Rd heavily.
IC reports multiple structures on fire, Spring Valley, Cache Creek, Wolf Creek, and a WELL ESTABLISHED new fire off of New Long Valley Road. Recommending an Incident Management team
1000+ acres & at least a dozen homes well involved in fire per IC. Threat to powerlines & fiber optic lines.
From CAL-FIRE web page:
Pawnee Fire Incident Information:
Last Updated: June 24, 2018 7:03 am
Date/Time Started: June 23, 2018 5:21 pm
Administrative Unit: Unified Command: CAL FIRE and Northshore Fire Protection District
County: Lake County
Location: Pawnee Rd & New Long Valley Rd, northeast of Clear Lake Oaks
Acres Burned - Containment: 1,500 acres
Structures Threatened: 600
Structures Destroyed: 12
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. For the latest evacation information visit the Lake County Sherirff Office’s website: Road Closures: New Long Valley Road is closed at Highway 20, Old Long Valley Road is closed at Highway 20
Cooperating Agencies: Lake County Sheriffs Office, BLM, Lake County Fire Protection Distict, Lakeport Fire Protection District, Kellseyville Fire Protection District, South Lake Fire Protection District, Williams Fire Department, Maxwell Fire Department, United States Forest Service- Mendocino National Forest, CalTrans, and Lake Evacuation Animal Protection.
Total Fire Personnel: 237
Total Fire Engines: 32
Total Fire Crews: 5
Total Helicopters: 2
Total Dozers: 7
Total Water Tenders: 2
Conditions: The fire burned 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. The area continues to be under Red Flag Warning conditions
Shelter information for evacuees