CA-VNC/LAC-Woosley??


#21

Anyone have access to a fire perimeter map?


#22

Does anybody know if 1240 Dumaine Ave oak park was impacted? Much appreciated for the info


#23

Haven’t seen an updated perimeter but this site is pretty good for giving you an idea. Lots of layers and settings you can work with.

https://firemap.sdsc.edu


#24

Much appreciated


#25

response to SmokeyPack
LACoFD is in joint command with Ventura FD. Both have had a lot of experience with this type and size of fire. That being said, I do agree that a team would be the better way to go. Lets see what happens.


#26

OES Wt 22 from Vacaville enroute


#27

Any pending type 3 S/T request


#28

From a Logistical stand point with that many resources being assigned. YES a team would be nice. I’ve always thought that is the main reason for team activations.


#29

LACoFD has 3 Type 1 teams available to them everyday. All they would have to do is incorporate CF, VNC, LFD, along with LASO, VCSO, and LAPD and there is your team. A “SUPER” Team that is already there in unified command now and are already working together.


#30

Any IAP online for this fire?


#31

https://m.box.com/shared_item/https%3A%2F%2Fcalfire.box.com%2Fv%2FCALFIRE-IMT5-CurrentIncident/view/347653711817


#32

Anybody know if Vista Point neighborhood in Calabasas has any structure loss?


#33

Any updates?


CA-VNC/LAC-Woolsey
#34

Thank you very much


#35

does anyone have a qr code for woolsey fire maps?
We have family living in Topanga Canyon. Looking for info.


#36

Here’s the folder on the ftp site for today’s maps: https://ftp.nifc.gov/public/incident_specific_data/calif_s/!2018_Incidents/CA-LAC-338981_Woolsey/GIS/Products/20181111/


#37

Thank You very much


#38

Sure thing. Here, I downloaded the IR and put in on Google maps just for kicks: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zRfBwpGr_-p_nAD_eD0pOjNvZMU-wWfw&usp=sharing


#39

Thank you. Family’s home is in an chimney island at the moment. Not looking good.


#40

is there an IAP at the ftp site?