FIRE IN RAMONA

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UPDATE AS OF 8:26 P.M.:  Fire holding at 28 acres, 75% contained.

UPDATE AS OF 9:49 A.M.:  fire is 28 acres and 50%  contained

UPDDATE AS OF 6:20 P.M.:  Fire at 20 acres, 5% contained.  All evacuation orders lifted.  UPDATE AS OF 6:05 P.M.:  Fire holding at 30 acres.  Forward spread has been stopped.

UPDATE AS OF 5:49 PM:  SIGALERT, NB and SB SR-67 BETWEEN ARCHIE MOORE AND POWAY ROAD, ALL LANES CLOSED, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

UPDATE AS OF 4:47 P.M.: Air attack notes "I've got mud all around it, now just working way back in"

"Currently: 30 acres

Light threat to structures

Potential: 250+ acres"

Road closures will be posted for I-15 and I-8, may impact commute traffic

East County Alerts

Photo:  Mt. Woodson looking east, credit to Dennis on the Brush Fire Partyline on Facebook

July 22, 2016 (Ramona)--A 12-acre fire that started from a car fire is burning now in Ramona at Highway 67 and Rockhouse Road.



Highway 67 is backed up bumper to bumper.  AVOID THIS AREA. 



A 5th air tanker has been ordered from Hemet and incoming crews are coming to Rockhouse Rd. for immediate structure threat.  No mandatory evacuations have been issued, but possible evacuations are:  Rockhouse Rd., Jackie St., Tommie Ln., and Hedy Dr.







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