Eagle Rock

EAGLE ROCK TRAINING CAMP (ERTC) ISSUES STATEMENT ON ARREST OF ARSON SUSPECTS

 

Suspects are Los Coyotes tribal members--and one was a former ERTC employee

 


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EAGLE FIRE NOW 10,800 ACRES; 2 FIREFIGHTERS INJURED


Community members voice concerns over military training center on reservation, seek answers as to cause of wildfire that now exceeds $2.5 million in firefighting costs

By Miriam Raftery

 


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EAGLE FIRE 30% CONTAINED, NOW 4,000 ACRES

July 23, 2011 (San Diego’s East County) – The Eagle Fire, which began around 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, has scorched 4,000 acres and is 30% contained. The cost to suppress the fire is $2 million thus far, with 814 firefighters currently on the scene. The fire began near Highway 79 in the vicinity of the Los Coyotes Indian reservation near Warner Springs.

 

Cal-Fire’s Roxanne Provaznik said there have been no reported injuries or structures threatened. However Ramona Patch.com and other media have reported outbuildings burned as well as property leased by a camp used for military training.


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