Chimney/Rock Fire & Mustang Fire

UPDATE; Both fires were kept under 50 acres. Rock/Chimney is 40% contained and Mustang is 80% contained. Crews remain on site for both, and expect containment today, Sunday.

4 pm – They renamed the Rock, the Chimney Fire (version 2.0, I would say.) Ordered up more strike teams, more tankers and more WTs.

3:30 pm – another one off of Lake Nacimiento Dr. called the Mustang Fire. About 10-15 acres with a moderate rate of spread. Could be someone dragging a chain. If so, there could be more before they catch him/her.

3 pm – New fire out by Chimney Rock. You may remember one from 2016 called the Chimney Fire. I reported on it starting here: Chimney Fire it started on August 13, and went at least until the end of the month. People were caught up and had to evacuate by boat from Lake Nacimiento.

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This afternoon, another one in that area has begun. The IC reports 8 acres and potential for 50 out on the “flats.” B3413, all aircraft on order, eng. 33, 3460, 3462, 3472 4684, WT 50, D3441 and 3441, and Cuest 2 and 3.

The winds here are calm. I hope they are there as well.

 

~ by bigsurkate on July 21, 2018.

2 Responses to “Chimney/Rock Fire & Mustang Fire”

  1. I optimistically assume that an absence of updates means the fire was put out.

    Pins and needles, pins and needles, alla da time . . .

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  2. They had stopped the forward movement, last night, and I assume are in mop-up mode today. Yes, absence of updates, fires are controlled.

    https://bigsurkate.blog

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