Earlier this week, there was a fire in the Bouquet Canyon area north of Santa Clarita, in Los Angeles County. The fire has since grown to about 100 acres, with no containment. There has been no reports of any injuries. The fire has been moving upslope in medium to heavy vegetation. The fire is currently located in the southeast part of Bouquet Canyon Road, about north of Santa Clarita.
No injuries were reported
During the afternoon of May 29, firefighters responded to the Tick Fire, which was spotted near Bouquet Reservoir and Bouquet Canyon Road. The fire had already spread to about four square miles when it was reported, and a number of structures were damaged or destroyed.
The fire was estimated to be about 25 to 35 acres in size, but investigators at the scene have not yet determined the cause of the fire. Several other brush fires broke out as the Tick Fire was being fought, including one in the Castaic Lake area. The fire has also caused more than a dozen homes to be evacuated, including one in the Castaic Lake subdivision.
The fire is now approximately 100 acres in size with 0% containment
Earlier this week the Rankin Fire in Wind Cave National Park erupted. Several agencies have been involved in fighting the blaze since Tuesday. The fire has since spread to the northern region of the park. The fire is burning in steep, rocky terrain. The weather is expected to be colder for the next few days, and snow will be accumulated in higher elevations.
The fire is estimated to be at least 400 acres in size. The fire has caused evacuations for homes and businesses within five miles of the fire. A red flag warning is in effect, which is a sign of high wildfire risk.
The fire is moving upslope in medium to heavy vegetation
Having a name as big as the Angeles National Forest is no small feat. As with any firefighting endeavor, Los Angeles County Fire Department was there for the duration, as well as providing fire hoses and firefighters aplenty. In the end, the aforementioned blaze was contained to 48 acres with the aid of two fire tenders and a hefty sized dose of retardant.
The fire was deemed to be the small fry when it came to size and scale, although it certainly wasn’t the smallest of the lot. Its biggest foe was an overturned pickup, which was responsible for the fire’s genesis. The following day, the locals ascended the mountain and put a dent in the foe.
Los Angeles County fire officials say a second Blaze has resulted in a third felony
During the hot, dry conditions of a weekend, a wildfire erupted near the city of Los Angeles. The blaze has consumed dozens of homes and buildings in Los Angeles County. In total, it has burned more than 150,000 acres and claimed two lives. It has also prompted a state of emergency for Los Angeles County.
The Los Angeles County fire is currently the largest in the county’s history. The blaze is fueled by steep slopes, dry brush, and the record heat. The US Forest Service determined that the fire was started intentionally.
Firefighters have been forced to battle the fire for nearly 10 days. More than 700 people have evacuated from the eastern San Fernando Valley.
Los Angeles County fire officials report that forward progress on the Elsmere Fire has stopped and there is 30% containment
During the afternoon hours of Wednesday, a new fire, the Elsmere Fire, started in the Santa Clarita Valley and quickly grew to more than 200 acres. The fire forced evacuations and shut down parts of Interstate 5 in Newhall. The incident also prompted a warning about the dangers of fires.
This is the latest in a series of wildfires to strike Southern California this year. As of Thursday, three structures were burned, and over 5,000 structures are threatened by the Lake Hughes fire. Several fire crews have been battling the fire, but it hasn’t been aided by Santa Ana winds.
The Elsmere Fire was first reported at 1:50 p.m. in the area of northbound Highway 14 and Newhall Avenue. Within a half hour, the fire had grown to more than 100 acres. Eventually, firefighters contained the blaze to more than 130 acres.
The fire is moving southeast of Bouquet Canyon Road, north of Santa Clarita
Several thousand acres are threatened by a wildfire in Los Angeles County. The fire is located southeast of Bouquet Canyon Road, north of Santa Clarita. It is estimated that the fire may have been started by an overturned pickup. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is on the scene and has approximately 250 firefighters on the scene.
Firefighters are making progress along the southern edge of the fire. Air tankers are on their way to the scene to provide support for ground crews. They are also monitoring winds.
Air quality is expected to be unhealthy in the area until conditions improve. There are pending fire conditions that could affect air quality. Depending on the wind patterns, the fire could intensify. The National Weather Service is reporting 5-10 mph winds in the area. The smoke advisory warning remains in place through Tuesday.
Leave a Reply