Rancho Fire

Kern County Last Update: Monday, July 22, 2013 6:45 p.m. PDT

100%
Contained
712
Acres burned
Jul 19
Started (2013)
n/a
Air Quality Index (500: most hazardous)
Rancho Fire
Structures Threatened
n/a
Structures Destroyed
No structures have been damaged.
Evacuations
Oak Knolls Road on Digier Canyon
Injuries
5

Recent KPCC Coverage

Resources Deployed

Fire Personnel
60
Fire Engines
2
Fire Crews
2
Air Tankers
n/a
Helicopters
1
Dozers
n/a
Water Tenders
n/a

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More Details

Administrative Unit
CAL FIRE / Kern County Fire / State Parks / US Forest Service
Road Closures
Oak Knolls Road
Cause
n/a
School Closures
n/a
Cooperating Agencies
Cal Fire, United States Forest Service, Ventura County Fire, Kern County Sheriff Department, Calif State Parks, Calif Highway Patrol
Conditions
Last night crews continued to patrol the lines. Late night precipitation assisted in containment efforts with potential for more today. Today crews continued mopping up 100 plus feet into the perimeter as well continue rehab efforts. Additional thunderstorm activity is occurring nearby. A transition from the current Type 3 management team to a Type 4 team is expected for tomorrow. I5 open.The evacuation center will be located at Gorman School at 49847 Gorman School Rd.
Phone Numbers
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Data Source
CalFire
Current Situation
n/a
Damage Assessment
n/a
Training
n/a

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