Active CA Wildfires – Tuesday, July 5, 2016

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CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES

As of today’s date, CALFire personnel are battling 14 wildfires with a total of 5200 assigned to various Statewide incidents.

Appaloosa Fire – Appaloosa & Pinto Dr, 5 mi SW of Angels Camp.  (Calaveras County). 260 personnel.  32 Engines.  8 crews.  2 bulldozers.  3 water tenders.  2 helicopters.  2 airtankers. 310 acres. 75% contained.  #AppaloosaFire

Broken Fire – Highway 41 and Hummingbird Ln, east of Coarsgold.  (Madera County).  103 acres.  90% contained.  #BrokenFire

Curry Fire – Curry Mountain, 7 miles southwest of Coalinga.  (Fresno County)  188 personnel.  6 engines.  3 crews.  2 water tenders. 2,944 acres. 95% contained.  Cause still unknown. #CurryFire

Deer Fire – Hwy 223 & Deertrail, 6 miles east of Arvin.  (Kern County).   836 personnel.  36 engines.  26 crews. 0 bulldozers.  5 water tenders.  6 helicopters. Crews to continue with suppression repair and constructing containment lines.  1785 acres. 87% contained.  #DeerFire

Erskine Fire – Off Erskine Creek Rd in Lake Isabella (Santa Barbara County).

Frame Fire – Hwy 198 & Frame Ln., west of Coalinga.  (Fresno County).  145 acres.  50% contained. #FrameFire

Mile Post 21.68 Fire – 1 mile south of Weitchpec, north of Hoopa.  (Humboldt County).  58 acres.  90% contained.  #MP21Point68Fire

Pony Fire – 15 miles southwest of Happy Camp.  (Siskiyou County).  2858 acres.  90% contained.  #PonyFire

Pine Fire –  San Guillermo Mountain, 6 miles southwest of Stauffer (Ventura County).   Fire moderrate.  667 personnel.  1814 acres.  18% contained.   #PineFire

Trailhead Fire – along the Middle Fork of the American River near Todd Valley (Placer County)  3 injuries.  1619 personnel.  72 engines. 49 crews. 22 bulldozers.  15 water tenders.  13 helicopters.  5595 acres. 60% contained.  Cause still unknown.  #TrailheadFire

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