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Riverside County Fire Department in cooperation with CAL FIRE

Incident Name: Wildomar Type of Incident: Wildland Fire
Incident Address: Wildomar Off Road Park, Los Alamos Truck Trail X South Main Divide Incident Number: CA-RRU-132200
Community: South of Lake Elsinore Date Reported: 10/26/2017
Time Reported: 12:29 PM
Fatalities: 0  Major: 0  Moderate: 0  Minor: 0  Non Injury: 0
Transported Ground Ambulances: 0 Est. Containment Time:
Air Ambulance: 0 Est. Control Time:
Loss: $0.00
Saved: $0.00 Evacuations: Yes
Cause: Evacuation Comments: EVACUATION AND ROAD CLOSURE UPDATE: 10/27/2017 5:00 P.M.: As of 6:00 p.m., Friday October 27, all roads will be open and evacuations lifted for La Cresta and Wildomar communities. Residents may continue to see smoke coming from the interior of the burn until materials are fully consumed. Remember, use caution and good judgement, hazards may still exist.

Current Situation

(Recent updates are posted at the top of the Current Situation)

10/28/2017 6:00 p.m.: Fire remains 850 acres and is now 75% contained. All information inquiries and incident updates after this update can be obtained by contacting the USFS CNF at 951-736-1811.

 

10/28/2017 (:20 A.M. [UPDATE]: Fire remains 850 acres and is now 60% contained. All recreational activities around the fire area are prohibited. All roads open. All evacuation orders and warnings lifted.

 

EVACUATION AND ROAD CLOSURE UPDATE: 10/27/2017 6:00 P.M.

AS OF 6:00 P.M. ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, ALL ROADS WILL BEOPEN AND EVACUATION ORDERS ARE LIFTED FOR LA CRESTA AND WILDOMAR COMMUNITIES.

ALL RESIDENTS MAY RETURN HOME. PLEASE BE SAFE AND YEILD TO FIRE PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT WORKING AND TRAVELING IN THE AREA.

 

Updates will be posted as information becomes available. ** The Cleveland National Forest Service is on scene of a wildland fire at the Wildomar Off Road Park, located near Los Alamos Truck Trail and South Main Divide, south of Lake Elsinore. Smoke is visible throughout the southwestern part of Riverside County.

Resources Assigned

Firefighters: 959 Helicopters: 5 Utilities: No
Law Enforcement: Yes Engine Companies: 118 Air Tankers: 5
Air Attack: Yes Truck Companies: 0 Fire Crews: 43
EMD: Yes Overhead Personnel: 35 Water Tenders: 7
American Red Cross: Yes Fire Investigator: Yes Bulldozers: 6
Public Information Officer: Yes Displaced Persons: No RVC Medics: 0
Ambulance Air: 0  Ground: 0
Specialized Equipment: Helitender,

Cooperating Agencies

CAL FIRE/Riverside, CAL FIRE/San Diego, Idyllwild Fire Protection District, March ARB, Morongo Fire Department, Murrieta Fire Protection District, Riverside City FD, Riverside County Fire Department, USFS, USFS – Cleveland,
Prepared By: April Newman Information Center: (951) 940-6985
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