Fire on FHL – Bull Rock

5:20 pm – Far enough away that it should have no impact on Jolon, Mission or Nacimiento commutes.

4:20 pm – here is a general map, I believe it is in the red restricted area, between Gabilan Rd. And Mesa Coyote.

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3;45 pm – FIRE IN THE GAVALAN AREA
FHL, CALFIRE and Los Padres National Forest firefighters on scene. Expect fire to be about 1,000 acres and contained early evening. No immediate danger to surrounding civilian community.

Here is a weather report and map to give some idea where it is – which is south end of base:

http://www.weather.gov/spot/php/forecast.php?snumunum=1711871.0&lat=35.888247830682474&lon=-121.23017347479065&z=13

~ by bigsurkate on June 29, 2017.

3 Responses to “Fire on FHL – Bull Rock”

  1. Is this the same one that KSBY just announced was on FHL???

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  2. I would imagine, but I haven’t seen KSBYs announcement. I understand it is controlled at somewhere between 1500 and 1800 acres.

    https://bigsurkate.blog

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  3. Forwarding their comments:Firefighters expect to have a fire burning at Fort Hunter Liggett fully contained by Friday morning.

    Base officials said the blaze broke out around noon Thursday and had grown to 1,700 acres less than four hours later.

    It was said to be burning in the Gavalan area/live fire convoy course of the base, which is located in southern Monterey County.

    Crews from Fort Hunter Liggett, CAL FIRE and the Los Padres National Forest are on scene.

    Officials say there is no immediate threat to people in the area and investigators are working to determine the cause of the fire.

    http://www.ksby.com/story/35784076/crews-battling-1700-acre-fire-at-fort-hunter-liggett

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