This is the newest update for the State of California on Friday, June 10, 2022.


The 62 Fire is located on Avenue 62 and Monroe Street, east of La Quinta in Riverside County, California, which ignited on June 7th at 1607 hours PT.

The lead agency is CAL FIRE – RRU and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Currently, there have been 60 acres burned and a 25% containment status reached.

The cause is unknown at this time of Sit Report being reported.


This California wildfire started today at 1151 hours PT in the Ishi Wilderness and Wildcat Creek (Susanville), which is east of Los Molinos in Tehama County from an unknown cause.

The Lead Agency is the Lassen National Forest.

The fire was last reported earlier this morning as a 50-75 acre fire that is burning in heavy timber and in steep terrain.

Due to Ishi’s wilderness status, mechanical equipment is normally not allowed within its boundaries. Special permission is needed to use chainsaws and to fly in retardants and Smokejumpers. Multiple resources from CalFire and the Forest Service are on the scene under the command of Battalion Chief, Robert Rice, of the Almanor Ranger District. The fire is currently led by a Lassen Incident Command Team (ICT) and will transition to a Type II ICT in a few days.” – USFS Lassen NF


The Park Fire started on June 9th at 1553 hours PT in the area of Bangor Park Road and Sunrise Hill Road in Bangor (Butte County), California.

The Lead Agency is CAL FIRE / Butte County Fire. No Command team is assigned.

This is a 60-acre fire with a 60% containment status.

The cause of this wildfire is under investigation. No preliminary determination has been released by Fire Officials.


This wildfire is located north of Gazelle, California in Siskiyou County, which is deemed as a brush (vegetation) fire, which was last updated as holding to 20-acres.

No structures were reported as threatened. The cause of this fire is unknown and listed as a relatively new incident.

The Lead Agency is CAL FIRE.

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