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Calaveras County Fire Chiefs Association President Declares Cold and Flue Season ~ Dana M. Nichols

Posted by: thepinetree on 11/22/2017 09:47 AM
San Andreas, CA...Calaveras County Fire Chiefs Association President Don Young on Monday declared the start of cold and flue season. It isn’t what you think. Young, who is also the chief for San Andreas Fire Protection District, isn’t trying to replace Calaveras County Public Health Officer Dr. Dean Kelaita.


Photo credit: Dana M. Nichols, San Andreas Fire Protection District
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Tuolumne-Calaveras Unit Burn Permit Suspension Lifted

Posted by: thepinetree on 11/15/2017 04:14 PM
San Andreas, CA...Effective Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 8:00 AM the burn permit suspension in Tuolumne, Calaveras, eastern Stanislaus and eastern San Joaquin counties will be lifted. CAL FIRE Tuolumne-Calaveras Unit Chief Josh White is formally cancelling the burn permit suspension and advises that those possessing current and valid agriculture and residential burn permits can now resume burning on permissible burn days. Agriculture burns must be inspected by CAL FIRE prior to burning until the end of the peak fire season. Inspections may be required for burns other than agriculture burns. This can be verified by contacting your local Air Quality Management District.

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San Andreas Home was Vacant During Oct. 26 Fire

Posted by: thepinetree on 11/03/2017 01:01 PM
San Andreas, CA...No one was home when firefighters were called in the early morning Oct. 26 to extinguish a fire in a two-story residence at 211 W. St. Charles St. in Andreas. San Andreas Fire Protection District Chief Don Young was first to arrive after the fire was reported at 2:42 a.m. Young said he saw “Flame in the basement/garage area and heavy smoke in the upper floor.”


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California Statewide Fire Summary 245,000 Acres, 8,400 Structures Destroyed, Fatalities Holding at 42,

Posted by: thepinetree on 10/25/2017 09:26 AM
Sacramento, CA...4,300 firefighters remain on the frontlines of 9 active wildfires, many of which are projected to be fully contained by the end of the week. Firefighters continue to extinguish hot spots and perform fire suppression repair work.  Temperatures across the State are hot and dry. Firefighters continue to brace for potential high fire activity in Southern California due to gusty winds and low humidity. Red Flag Warnings remain in effect from Kern County down to San Diego County. Winds are expected to be strong, with gusts up to 55mph. In response to the increased fire conditions, CAL FIRE has added extra staffing. Learn more.  Even though November is right around the corner, fire danger remains high. CAL FIRE is urging all Californians to not only be prepared, but to ensure that they take actions to prevent sparking a new wildfire. Even household powered equipment like weed trimmers and lawn mowers can spark a fire if not used carefully. Learn more tips on how to prevent a wildfire at www.ReadyForWildfire.org


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Vegetation Fire Under Investigation Near Sonora High School

Posted by: thepinetree on 10/25/2017 08:49 AM
Sonora, CA...On Tuesday October 24th, just before 1:00 P.M., the Sonora Police Department received a call of a vegetation fire on Snell Street west of Sonora High School. Sonora Fire and Police Department officials responded to the area. Upon arrival, fire officials observed a vegetation fire located on the hillside along the north roadway edge of Snell Street. The fire was burning in grass and oak woodland and was approximately ¼ acre in size. During suppression activities, fire officials believed the cause to be suspicious and contacted the Sonora Police Department’s Fire Investigation Unit. Sonora Police Department Fire Investigators responded to the scene and conducted an origin and cause investigation.

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Statewide Fire Summary, Fatalities Holding at 42, 245,000 Acres, 6,900 Structures Destroyed, 15,000 Remain Evacuated

Posted by: thepinetree on 10/19/2017 12:02 PM

Sacramento, CA...Over 10,000 firefighters continue making progress on 9 large wildfires burning across California. Yesterday, cooler temperatures and higher humidity aided firefighters in their efforts and allowed for additional evacuations to be lifted. Just over 15,000 people remain evacuated by the fires. As the damage assessment continues latest estimates now put the destruction at an estimated 6,900 structures.   Overall weather conditions in Northern California will remain cooler as a light storm system moves into the region bringing rain in some areas in the late hours and overnight. A Red Flag Warning is in effect to the Tahoe Basin and the Eastern Sierra for gusty winds and low humidity. Gusts up to 50mph are possible.  Since the start of the October Fire Siege on Sunday, October 8, CAL FIRE has responded to 250 new wildfires. At the peak of the wildfires there were 21 major wildfires that, in total, have burned over 245,000 acres, 11,000 firefighters battled the destructive fires that at one time forced 100,000 to evacuate, destroyed an estimated 6,900 structures, and sadly, took the lives of 42 people.



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Wednesday Fire Summary, Fatalities Climb to 42, 210,000 Acres, 5,700 Structures Destroyed, 22,000 Remain Evacuated

Posted by: thepinetree on 10/18/2017 08:43 AM
Sacramento, CA...Nearly 10,000 firefighters continue making progress on 13 large wildfires burning in the State that combined have burned over 210,000 acres. Cooler temperatures and increased humidity overnight have aided firefighters in their efforts. While many on the evacuation orders have been lifted in Northern California, over 22,000 people remain out of their homes due to the fires. The death toll increased to 42 late yesterday, after authorities located another victim of the Tubbs Fire in Sonoma County.  Weather conditions this week will continue to help in the containment progress. In fact, light rain in Northern California is forecast for Thursday night.  Residents returning home are urged to be cautious as hazardous conditions may remain. Learn more tips on how to return home after a wildfire at www.fire.ca.gov.


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Tuesday Fire Summary, Fatalities Holding at 41, 245,000 Acres, 5,700 Structures Destroyed, 40,000 Evacuated

Posted by: thepinetree on 10/17/2017 10:27 AM

Sacramento, CA...California Statewide Fire Summary,  Tuesday, October 17, 2017.  In the past week, over 245,000 acres have burned across California.  More than 11,000 firefighters continue making progress on 12 large wildfires burning in the State.  The death toll remains at 41, and more than 5,700 structures destroyed.  As containment figures continue to increase, many of the evacuations across the fires in Northern California have been lifted. Over 34,000 people remain evacuated, but many of the evacuation orders are being reevaluated. Residents returning home are urged to be cautious as hazardous conditions may remain. Learn more tips on how to return home after a wildfire at www.fire.ca.gov.



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Monday Fire Summary, 41 Fatalities, 213,000 Acres, 5,700 Structures Destroyed, 40,000 Evacuated

Posted by: thepinetree on 10/16/2017 11:46 AM
Santa Rosa, CA...California Statewide Fire Summary Monday, October 16, 2017. 11,000 firefighters continued to make good progress on 14 large wildfires burning across the State, despite the fact that several new fires ignited. On the current 14 large wildfires over 213,000 acres have burned, an estimated 5,700 structures destroyed and sadly 41 people have been killed. This morning, a private water tender driver assigned to the Nuns Fire tragically died in a vehicle rollover on Oakville Grade in Napa County. As containment figures have increased, many of the evacuations across the fires in Northern California have been lifted. Over 40,000 people remain evacuated, but many of the evacuation orders are being reevaluated. Residents returning home are urged to be cautious as hazardous conditions may remain. Learn more tips on how to return home after a wildfire at www.fire.ca.gov.


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Sunday Fire Summary, 40 Fatalities, 217,566 Acres, 5,700 Structures Destroyed, 75,000 Evacuated

Posted by: thepinetree on 10/15/2017 08:57 AM
California Statewide Fire Summary Sunday, October 15, 2017.  Yesterday, nearly 11,000 firefighters beat back the flames and made good progress towards the containment of now 15 large wildfires across California. 217,566 acres have burned in the current 15 large fires, with an estimated 5,700 structures destroyed. Sadly, the death toll has risen to 40 people. As progress has been made on several fronts, many evacuations have been able to be lifted. As of Sunday morning, nearly 75,000 people remain evacuated.


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