Published Wednesday, August 3, 2022, 1415 hours PT

==== INCIDENT SUMMARY ====

MCKINNEY FIRE — The MCKINNEY FIRE is located about 15 miles northwest of Yreka, California.

Credit: Klamath National Forest

Communities, homes, and infrastructure are threatened.

It was started on Friday, July 29, 2022, at about 1415 hours.

==== SIZE UP ====

About 57,519 acres of timber, tall grass, and brush have been destroyed.

Fire behavior continues to be active with flanking, backing, and group torching.

==== INCIDENT COOPERATORS ====

There is about 1,885 total personnel along with 40 crews, 196 engines, and 10 helicopters.

UNIFIED COMMAND – CAL FIRE and Klamatha National forest.

USFS – KLAMATH NATIONAL FOREST.

CA TEAM 2, IMT TYPE 1.

PLUMAS COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICE – About 60 Law Enforcement Officials are working around the clock on this fire in order to provide life-saving efforts and deter criminal activity. All evacuation orders remain in place, per the Sheriff’s Office. If you need medications, to contact them at 530-842-8887 and staff will assist you in the coordination of retrieving the RX for you and/or your family member.

Credit: Plumas County Sheriff Department

==== DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ===

There have been 0 structures reported as lost.

Cost-to-date expenses for fire suppression and containment efforts have reached $7 Million Dollars.

A private contractor assigned to the incident was working the fire when a bridge near Humbug Road within the evacuation fire zone gave out and injured the member. He was taken to the hospital with non-threatening injuries.

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