NEW CA Wildfire: Yucca Fire | Update 1

Updated 4:00 PM PST

Yucca Fire as seen from the air on 10-5-16.

The Yucca Fire was reported by a CAL Fire plane flying over the area on Saturday afternoon of November 5th.  It was deemed that lightning caused the wildfire to start burning North of Yucca Mountain, at the junction of Yucca Ridge and Pine Ridge in Sequoia National Park, California.

Four (4) acres of timber have been consumed due to the quick response and tireless fire suppression efforts by fire crews from the Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Forests.

There are no structures that have been effected and there are no evacuation in effect.

No injuries have been reported.

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