Date of Origin Tuesday December 05th, 2017 approx. 03:44 AM
Total Personnel: 1,964
Size: 15,619 Acres
Percent of Perimeter Contained: 90%
Estimated Containment Date: Saturday December 23rd, 2017 approx. 12:00 AM
Fuels Involved: Chaparral (6 feet) Brush (2 feet) Tall Grass (2.5 feet)
Significant amounts of unburned fuel are still present within the fire perimeter. Heavy, decadent brush in excess of 30 feet located in various drainages inside the perimeter.
Significant Events: Minimal fire
Projected Incident Activity:
Unburned and decadent fuels within the perimeter may lead to additional fire activity which could threaten control lines
12/10 Calfire Incident Update
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Kagel Canyon Rd, north of Lake View Terrace
State DPA, SRA/FRA, Contract County/Angeles National Forest
▪ 12,605 acres grass and brush, 5% contained
▪ Unified Command LA County, LA City, LAPD, LASD, Angeles National Forest and CAL FIRE
▪ Structures threatened and destroyed
▪ Mandatory evacuations in effect
▪ Continued threat to critical infrastructure
▪ CAL FIRE IMT-5 (Bravo) in command
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2017-12-07 AIR OPS MAP:
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Resources Assigned: 1,686
Fire Information Number: 626-574-5208
Approximately 99,329 people have been evacuated.
Both sides of the 210 Freeway are back open - but several ramps remain closed in both directions. All of the westbound ramps from the 118 Freeway to the 5 Freeway are closed, and four eastbound off-ramps are also closed: Osborne, Wheatland, Sunland and La Tuna Canyon.
Little Tujunga Canyon Road b/t Foothill Boulevard and Placerita Canyon / Sand Canyon Roads
Kagel Canyon Road
Lopez Canyon Road
Foothill Blvd / Osborne Street
Osborne Street off-ramp and Paxton Street off-ramp from the westbound 210 Freeway
Sunland Boulevard off-ramp from the eastbound 210 Freeway
total personnel: 1,964
Chaparral (6 feet)
Brush (2 feet)
Tall Grass (2.5 feet)
Significant amounts of unburned fuel are still present within the fire perimeter. Heavy, decadent brush in excess of 30 feet located in various drainages inside the perimeter
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