- In the Canyons of the South Fork American River Canyon & Silver Creek Canyon
- NE of the Community of Pollock Pines
- El Dorado National Forest
- Off of King of the Mountain Rd
- El Dorado County, California
- East of Pollock Pines
- Steep Terrain.
- 8600 acres burned.
- Cause unknown.
- 5% containment.
- Fire traveling E/NE & NW.
- Rapid rate of spread.
- 500 homes.
- Eastside of Forebay Rd from King of the Mtn to Pony Express Trail.
- All roads N or Pony Express Trail from Forebay Rd E from Boullion Bend.
- White Meadows Rd
- Spring Valley Rd
VOLUNTARY EVACUATION ADVISORIES
- Entire community of Swansbro
- N of the South Fork of the American River between the American River between Brushy Creek & Rock Creek.
- E side of Sly Park Rd between Hwy 50 & Park Crk Rd
- Extending East to Fresh Pond.
- W of Forebay Rd from Blair Rd to Pony Express Trail.
- Badger Hill Rd.
- Marmot Rd.
- Lucky Mine Rd.
- Old Blair Mill Rd.
- Apple Crk Ct.
- Applemont Ranch
- Chickaree Ln.
- Longs Crk
- Quick Silver Rd.
- Quick Silver Ct.
- Baltimore Rd.
- *NEW* Seventh Day Adventist Church at 3520 Carson Road, Camino, CA 95709.
- Forebay Road at Blair Rd & Forebay Rd at Pony Express Trail.
- White Meadows Rd is closed at Ice House Rd.
- 1477 Personnel
- 137 Engines
- 35 Fire Crews
- 6 Helos
- 36 Dozers
- 25 Water Tenders
- CAL FIRE
- Red Cross
- Cal OES
- El Dorado County Animal Control
- Sacramento Regional Type 3 IMT
- El Dorado Irrigation District
- Sacramento Municipal Utility District
- Sierra Pacific Industries
- 530-647-5218 CAL Fire Public Info Line
- 530-642-7263 El Dorado County OEM
- 530-621-5795 El Dorado Animal Shelter Services
We are thinking of those who fight fires on the front lines, wishing you safety and most of all that persistence of fire suppression from ground and air quickly. Thank you for your service, dedication and your tireless efforts.
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Lisa, what a wonderful service you are providing for those affected by this horrible disaster. Keep up the good work!
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