CAMP PENDLETON, CA | 3 fires broke out either outside of the containment field near base or started on the base itself.
LAS PULGAS FIRE
2013 PDT – 5/15/14 | 309 Las Pulgas personnel evacuated to N of School of Infantry | 62 Margarita personnel evac’d to S to Camp Del Mar | Evacs remain in effect overnight
1857 PDT – 5/15/14 | Unknown when 33 Area will reopen, 43 & Naval Weapons Station – Fallbrook close through Friday, 5/16/14.
1735 PDT – 5/15/14 | 1 Camp Pendleton FF suffered heat exhaustation, receiving medical treatment | Only fire-related injury reported |
1642 PDT – 5/15/14 | Camp Las Pulgas personnel evacuating to N to the School of Infantry parade deck behind the mess hall, Bldg #520430. | Camp Margarita personnel moving S to the I MEF parade deck behind Devil Doc Hall, Bldg #210825.
1638 PDT – 5/15/14 | 33 Area – mandatory evac to 21 area parade deck
1527 PDT – 5/15/14 | Basilone Road from 52 Area going S to the Air Station will be closed to non-essential personnel/vehicles
1521 PDT – 5/15/14 | Fire reported by Sewage Plant, Bldg 43103 | Las Pulgas personnel ordered to evac to the School of Infantry parade deck behind mess hall, bldg #520430 | Fire at 55 acres | Military assets have responded to CAL Fire’s request to the San Marcos Fire | Naval Weapons Station – Fallbrook still closed
1515 PDT – 5/15/14 | Las Plugas fire now 500 acres, moving South at a moderate rate of speed | Camps Las Pulgas & Margarita are evacuating | Las Pulgas Fire 600 acres, 0% contained.
1438 PDT – 5/15/14 | New Fire started | Evacuation orders for 3 area – Las Pulgas Gas Station | 43 area – Laundromats, Barbershop, MCX, SMP Rec Center, Fit Ctr, Ramones Mexican BBQ | Evac to SOI Gym, SOI Barracks, Billeting for Marines
2013 PDT – 5/15/14 | 8 Marine Corp H-46 Sea Knight Helos, 7 CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopters, 4 HU-1Y Huey choppers provided support to the Escondido fire and the Coco’s fire in San Marcos
Marine Firefighters at Camp Pendleton. [Photo Credit: US Marine Cpl. Trevon Peracca | CPPA | 5/15/14]
2013 PDT – 5/15/14 | Fire spread to Camp Pendleton and City of Fallbrook | 6,300 acres burned | 15% containment
1327 PDT – 5/15/14 | De Luz Housing power has been fully restored & evac order has been lifted | Naval Weapons Station – Fallbrook still closed | Fire still estimated at 6,000 acres burned, 15% contained.
0540 PDT – 5/15/14 | Naval Weapons Station – Fallbrook closed today, no childcare or facilities open | Power utility crews are working on the 40 damaged power lines
0421 PDT – 5/15/14 | Naval Weapons Station – Fallbrook remain closed today | Closed roads in City of Carlsbad – viara Parkway from Ambrosia Lane to El Camino Real; El Camino Real from Alga Road to Palomar Airport Road ; Camino Vida Roble between Palomar Airport Road and El Camino Real; Poinsettia Lane from Black Rail Road to El Camino Real; Palomar Oaks Way; Cassia Road
1235 [am] PDT – 5/15/14 | 20% contained | 14 Area shelter in place lifted | No reports of damage or casualities | De Luz Housing is w/o power due to 40 damaged power lines. Power crews unable to repair until daylight due to safety concerns | Military aircraft, Camp Pendleton FFs worked together w/CAL Fire to stop spread of fire off base | Evacuation order lifted for Oneill Heights Housing |
2029 PDT – 5/14/14 | Fire was threatening the City of Fallbrook and military aircraft | Camp Pendleton Firefighters worked w/with CALFIRE to prevent the fire from spreading off base | Camp Pendleton may have mutual aid from CAL Fire for potential air support [military] pending wildland fire status within the San Diego County | for Thursday 5/16/14 | Oneill Heights Housing evac has been lifted | De Luz Housing still under evac order pending eval by utility district | 890 evacuated to the Paige Field House | National Weapons Station – Fallbrook is without power & will be closed 5/16 | No reports of damage to house or persons
1756 PDT – 5/14/14 | 6,000 acres | Started on Naval Weapons Station Fallbrook has moved on to Camp Pendleton | Camp Pendleton personnel in area 14 told to “Shelter in Place” | Camp Pendleton FFs are working with CAL Fire, North County Fire, Orange County Fire and Oceanside Fire to contain fire | Cause is under investigation.
NAVAL WEAPONS STATION – FALLBROOK
1606 PDT 5/14/14 | The Paige Field House now “Shelter in Place” changed from “Evacuation”
1449 PDT – 5/14/14
Camp Pendleton FD working w/CAL Fire, North Co Fire, Orange Co Fire, U.S. Forest Service and Oceanside Fire to contain the Tomahawk fire on Naval Weapons Station Fallbrook. The firefighters are staging at the Lake O’Neill area on Camp Pendleton. The Lake O’Neill recreation park is closed, however the camping site remains open [Photo Credit: US Marine Cpl. Trevon Peracca | CPPA | 5/15/14 ]
| Camp Pendleton personnel in the 14 area ordered to evacuate at 1400 to 33 Area parade deck
1403 PDT – 5/14/14 | Fallbrook H.S. [Military] being bussed to Camp Pendleton’s Paige Fieldhouse after school lets out | Ward Lodging is accepting fire evacuees w/no pet fees [2 max] | San Onofre & South Mesa Lodging are currently at capacity | Iron Mike’s is closed 5/15/15. | Pacific Views Event Ctr is closing @ 1600 PDT | N Camp Pendleton phone lines are not operational
1249 PDT – 5/14/14 | Camp Pendleton’s O’Neill Heights Housing + De Luz Child Dev Center were order to evacuate | Relocated to Fisher Child Care Center on Mainside |
1215 PDT | Fallbrook fire estimated at 150 acres. | Cause is under investigation.
1200 PDT – 5/14/14 | Deluz Housing was being evaluated for evacuation to the Paige Field House as the evac center | Mary Faye Pendleton students were moved to the Paige Field House | 2 fires were burning on base [Tomahawk Fire [IVO Fallbrook] and an unnamed fire IVO Border Checkpoint.
1020 PDT – 5/14/14 | Evacuations were in progress.
0945 PDT – 5/14/14 | Fire began | Cause is unknown and under investigation. | Personnel and Camp Pendleton’s De Luz Housing residents were told to evacuate, including Mary Faye Pendleton Elementary. | All were evacuating to the Paige Field House on the Mainside.
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