Firefighters work to contain a three-hectare bushfire that burned in the Getty Fire area of Burbank, California, on Monday, June 6, 2017. The Getty fire broke out in a wooded area near the intersection of Getty and Oak Streets in Burnbank, while the Kincade Fire continues to burn in and around San Francisco.
The Bobcat fire has produced significant amounts of smoke and ash in the Burbank area, as well as in San Francisco and San Jose. The eastern part of the fire has penetrated and burned the Ranch2 fire scar, which has led to less intense fire behavior among firefighters, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE). The eastern portions of those fires have penetrated and reached the burning scar of the Ranch2 fire, causing less intensity of fire behavior for firefighters, "according to a Cal Fire news release.
The largest fire is the Rice Ridge Fire, which has burned more than 100,000 acres and is still burning, according to Cal Fire, with only 2% contained. Other Los Angeles County fires include the Bond Fire in the San Fernando Valley and the Redondo Beach Fire, both in Riverside County. Nearby fires included a light fire in Ventura County that threatens the city of Oxnard and a small portion of San Bernardino County, as well as the Corona Airport Fire and the Nuevo Fire, both in Riverside County. The Bond fire has been burning for more than a month, while the Riverside has burned just over 1,500 hectares since mid-October.
More fire activity is expected in the San Fernando Valley, where crews along Angeles Crest and Highway 2 will work to contain the fire. In addition, firefighters will continue to clean up and secure buildings in Antelope Valley and Juniper Hills where fires are blazing, according to Cal Fire.
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Santa Rosa was badly hit, according to the representative, and 13 buildings were destroyed, while the rest were damaged. The venue was informed by the California Highway Patrol that the main building appears to have minimal damage, but the East End classroom was destroyed. There are no reports of damage to any other buildings in the area other than the car park and multi-storey car park.
The map also shows that the Rye Fire is threatening a number of buildings in the area, as well as the city of Santa Rosa and the city of Sonoma.
More than 800 LAFD firefighters are battling the La Tuna fire, which has quickly become one of the largest wildfires in California history. By November 6, more than 77,000 acres of land had burned, making it the largest fire Los Angeles has ever seen. Several other fire departments, including the San Bernardino County Fire Department and the Santa Rosa Fire Department, are assisting. The Sonoma fire, the largest wildfire in California wildfire history, has burned more than 7,500 acres in northern Sonomas County before it could be contained, the California Department of Fire Protection said.
While the city has long been part of the Bobcat Fire Department's command structure, Arcadia Fire employees will continue to serve on the agency's advisory group that monitors the progress of the fire. We will close our fire stations in Burbank, Los Angeles, Santa Monica and Santa Rosa immediately. We are grateful for the support of our community members and the support of the L.A. County Sheriff's Department and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) and will continue to help virtually all those affected by the Bobcat fire.
Firefighters will focus on the threats to the community at the north end of the fire. While firefighters put out the fires, ServiceMaster T.A. Russell technicians will work to limit the damage and restore property in L.A. County, CA.
A high wind and fire watch was issued for the night from Saturday to Monday. Northern California is not out of the woods, but the greatest fire danger is in the southern part of our Golden State.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection is continuing to track the fire, with about acres of burned and destroyed buildings. The wildfires burning in California's Bay Area include the Burbank Fire, the San Joaquin Valley Fire and the Santa Rosa Fire. These include a number of fires in San Francisco, San Mateo County, Marin County and Santa Clara County. These include wildfires in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino and Contra Costa.