UPDATE 4 – WEDNESDAY
Two separate wildfires, one in the north and the second in the south were called in by 2 CAL Trans employees on Monday, July 20, 2020. The fires sparked by unknown ignitions would eventually merge into a single firestorm. The cause is being investigated.
Located approximately 4-5 miles south of Adin on Hwy 139 in Lassen County, California. It The fire has not crossed over Modoc County.
- Lassen County Sheriff’s Office
- CA DOT
- Modoc County Sheriff’s Office
- Lassen Co Public Health
- Shasta Co Public Health
- Surprise Valley Electric
- CA Conservation Corps
- CA DOC
- Lassen Co OES
- Sierra Pacific Industries
CAL FIRE and Modoc National Forest are in Unified Command.
- 949 Personnel
- 105 engines
- 27 dozers
- 18 water tenders
- 21 crews
- 10 helicopters
- 159 other misc resources
- 14,500 acres
- 15% contained
- 25 structures threatened
- Evacuations/road closures in effect
- $2.2 Million CTD
Photo Credit | @alertwildfire
MANDATORY EVACUATIONS IN EFFECT
The following evacation orders are currently in effect.
- All residents along Hwy 139 from Susanville Rd (A-2) south to Termo Grasshopper Road.
- Areas south of Ash Valley Rd
- West of Spooner Rd
- East of Hw 139
- North of Termo Grasshopper Road
- Areas west of Hwy 139, south of Haydenhill Road.
- South of Haydenhill Rd
- East of Anderson Ranch Rd/Dixie Valley Rd
- North of Long Flat Rd
- Ash Valley Rd at US 395 west to Spooner Rd
- South on Spooner Rd to Hwy 139
- East on Hwy 319 to Termo Grasshopper Rd to US 395
- Areas west of Hwy from Terom Grasshopper Rd
- South Gleghorn Rd
- East of Slate Creek Rd
Photo Credit | Crockett Carquinez FD
- Lassen Community College – 478200 CA-139, Susanville, CA 96130
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7/22/2020 1455 PT | 4 | (c) 2020 NW Fire Blog | 1240 PT