4:30 pm — I need to separate this one out from the other one as it will go extended and is already grabbing resources from other areas due to structure and lives threats. Evacuations are in progress.
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One is just south of the Lockwood exit on the 101:
Incident: 00184 Type: Report of Fire Location: Us101 N / Lockwood Loc Desc: NB Lat/Lon: 36.092778 -121.020000
|3:19 PM||4|| TRANS TO MTRY COM|
|3:16 PM||3|| [Appended, 15:17:21]  SMALL VEG FIRE STARTING ON RHS APPROX 1 JSO LOCKWOOD SAN LUCAS|
|3:16 PM||2|| FIRE ENRT|
|3:16 PM||1|| FIRE STARTING ON EAST SIDE OF HWY, JSO LOCKWOOD EXIT|
The second is Coyote (near Panoche, I think?), which is much more complex. VLAT 914 is over it per IC “no divert on all air craft due to imminent life threat. SO enroute to assist with evacuations.” Winds and critical ROS towards houses.
Here is a topo of the area. The fire ignition point was where indicated on map. Lots of ranches in the area to evacute.
700 acrs, potential 3000-4000, dangerous rate of spread
two dozers enroute, one from MMU, the other from LPF. I am going to start a separate post on this one, as it is quite serious with the winds.