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Walker's fire rises to 24,000 acres near Susanville



09/07/2019 at 21:20:

The US Forest Service released an update on Facebook on Saturday evening that included the following statement:

"Walker fire in Plum National Forest approximately 11 miles east of the community of Taylorsville, California. The fire is 5% and the updated area will be obtained during an overnight overnight flight.

No new evacuations were ordered and no structures were lost. delayed earlier in the day as a result of cloud cover and reduced fuel to the north as it entered Antelope's previously hot fire zone. The fire spread north up the drainage at the top of Wheeler and east around the mark of Antelope's fire, a mile and a half south of Murdoch's intersection.

Air and ground resources working together have made good progress at Walker Walk today, taking advantage of reduced fire activity. When smoke and wind conditions were allowed, VLAT & apos; s (Very Larg e Air Tankers), capable of lowering up to 1

0,000 gallons of retardant, delayed the northeast and west flank propagation of the Wheeler Peak drainage. Aircraft maintenance has given crews working in conjunction with dispensers time to build a line of fire along the southern edge of the fire, which crews and dispensers will continue to advance around the fire tonight. Two Super Scooper aircraft released water and controlled two point fires in the east's main fire. Resources continued to patrol and secure the fire along the southwestern edge of the fire, eliminating the threat to structures. Crews will continue to secure 25N42 tonight, while other night shift resources are looking for opportunities to build a fire line at the edge of the fire where possible, as well as areas farther away from the fire most likely to successfully control the fire. fire.

Evacuation Commandments – Plum County Sheriff's Office, Plum County Emergency Services (OES) in conjunction with the Lasen County Office and Autumn County in Lasen have ordered mandatory evacuations of Antillum Lake District. Mandatory evacuations for the Genesee Valley Road Corridor, Ward Creek Area and Flouruy Bridge Area continue, (issued by CodeRED). Residents needing accommodation should continue to the Quincy area and contact the sheriff's office.

Road closures – Yannesville's class is already closed. The road to Genesee Valley is closed at the Flourn Bridge. The Antelope Lake Road is also closed from the Flurno Bridge to the Antelope Dam. At the Flournoy Bridge cut-off, Beckworth-Genesee Road 111 is closed through the fire area.

It is recommended that any audience in the area potentially affected by the fire continue to monitor the fire information, have an evacuation plan and sign it. prepare for the CodeRED Emergency Messaging System at: https://public.coderedweb.com/cne/en-US/BFB7CC4C6C0A records19659003: 11Big conditions along the ridge are expected as a weak weather system passes tonight. The forecast cloud cover and cooler temperatures are expected to increase relative humidity tonight, which can help reduce fire activity. For updates: http://www.Facebook.com/usfsplumas or https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/6568/. "Records19659002]

07 / 07/2019 at 5:22 PM:

Plumas National Forest officials say a Walker of Fire burning south of Susanville near Taylorsville prompts mandatory evacuations in areas west of U.S. Highway 395

The fire has burned 24,040 acres, according to InciWeb reports, and has a zero retention rate.

There are mandatory evacuation orders for Antelope Lake across the Plum County line along with the Genesis Valley corridor. , Ward Creek area and Black Bridge area, according to the Plumas County Emergency Service.

Officials ask those who have evacuated, who have no accommodation, to go to the Quincy area and contact the office of Sheriff.


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