CA Wildfire | Pine Fire | FINAL

Incident Summary

A wildfire burning off of Highway 138 and Street in Pinon Hills near the Los Angeles/San Bernardino County lines in California. The fire started on May 12, 2021 from an unknown cause.

At the height of the fire on Day 1, the fire had consumed 180 acres and had a 0% containment status, at which prompted Officials to order evacuations. This impacted about 100 homes.

One home was reportedly lost.

Warnings were issued on May 12th to those south of Goss Road, north of Highway 138, east of Soledad Road and west of Oasis Road.

All evacuation orders were lifted at 0900 hours on Friday, May 14th.

Credit: Victor Valley Station

Fire Size

Fire has burned 442 acres and has a 79% containment status as of May 15th. It appears that the fire may be fully contained and held at its current number of acreage.

Incident Cooperators

About 300 firefighters were assigned to this incident working by air and on the ground.

LAFD

Lead Fire Agency.

CAL FIRE BDU

E3552, Dozer 3540

LA CO Animal Care

Evacuation and Sheltering for small and large animals being provided by this agency. Visit: @LACoAnimalCare (Twitter) (5/12/2021 1759)

Small Animal Evacuation: Palmdale Animal Care Center (@palmdaleanimalslaco)

Large Animal Evacuation: AV Fairgrounds (@avfairgrounds)

LA CO FD

SB COUNTY FIRE

E332 assigned and arrived on May 17, 2021.

ANGLES NATIONAL FOREST

Assisting LA County FD and CAL FIRE BDU. In Unified Command with LA County Sheriff Office and CHP – LA County.

SAN BERNARDINO NATIONAL FOREST

LA CO SHERIFF OFFICE

SB CO SHERIFF OFFICE

Road closure: Hwy 138 closed between 263rd and Oasis. Warnings issued for south of Pine view between Buchanan and Smoke Tree; north of 138 between 263rd and Oasis.

Evacuation Center: Serrano HS.

Animal Evacuations: SAR and Posse assisting.

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Credit: SBCoSO Victor Valley Station

CHP – VICTORVILLE

Caltrans District 8

Road closures: SR 138 may close near SR 18 if fire continues towards the highway. (5/12/2021 1642 PT)

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