BRUSH FIRE IN DULZURA'S BEE CANYON

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Update 11:54 a.m.  The Sheriff advised residents through Alert San Diego that  the fire is in the Bee Canyon area of Dulzura. No evacuations have been advised but residents are urged to stay tuned to local media and make sure your mobile phone is registered with AlertSanDiego to receive evacuation notices, www.ReadySanDiego.org and follow Cal Fire for updated fire information: https://twitter.com/CALFIRESANDIEGO

Update 11:40 a.m.  The fire is now 15 percent contained and has burned 120 acres, Cal Fire reports.

Update 10:45 a.m.  Fire is now 110 acres and still zero percent contained. SDG&E's helicopter, several fixed wing aircraft and over 220 firefighters are among the resources at the scene. 

September 1, 2017 (Dulzura) -- The #BorderFire burning in Dulzura has charred at least 50 acres of brush and is zero percent contained.  The blaze began at 5:40 a.m. near State Route 94 and Marron Valley Road. There are no road closures at this time. The fire is burning to the north and east.

Resources committed include 20 fire engines, 10 hand crews, 7 water tenders, 3 bulldozers, and 3 Type II helicopters.

You can view video and a map at Cal Fire's Twitter feed here:  https://twitter.com/CALFIRESANDIEGO

Photo, right, by Paula Maness, taken along State Route 94.

Scanner Link to listen livehttp://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/9733/web

 The Deerhorn Valley Antler reports that smoke plumes are now visible from both the Otay Mtn and Lyons Peak HPWREN cameras:

http://hpwren.ucsd.edu/cameras/L/om-e-mobo-c.jpg  (EAST CAMERA)


http://hpwren.ucsd.edu/anim-a2/hpwren-iqeye14/hpwren-iqeye14.jpg (SOUTH CAMERA)

Note, the incident commander has downgraded an earlier Cal Fire estimate from 70 acres to 50 acres. 

 

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