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  • Saturday, November 03, 2007

     

    SANTIAGO FIRE 11/3-11/4 ALL EVACUATION ORDERS LIFTED IN FIRE AREAS

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    As of 4:00 p.m. Saturday November 3rd all evacuation orders in the Santiago Fire
    have been lifted and the Red Cross Center at El Modena High School has been closed.
    The most current update from InciWeb is as follows:

    Current Situation:


    The fire was active in unburned fuels overnight but all containment lines are holding. Crews have been strategically placed along the fire's perimeter to handle activity generated by the increased winds. Smoke will likely be visible throughout the day. The smell of smoke may also be more noticeable.


    Holding containment lines is today's main objective. Mop up and rehabilitation of lines also continues. The Silverado Canyon area remains a primary concern due to the remaining hot spots, steep topography, and the possibility of rolling debris and boulders.

    All evacuation orders have been lifted as of 4PM, November 3. The evacuation center at El Modena is now closed.

    The mild Santa Ana winds briefly surfaced as predicted but all containment lines are holding. Crews remain actively engaged and will continue through the night. The residents of Silverado, Baker, and Black Star canyons have been allowed to return to their homes. All evacuation orders have been lifted.

    The mild Santa Ana winds briefly surfaced as predicted but all containment lines are holding. Crews remain actively engaged and will continue through the night. The residents of Silverado, Baker, and Black Star canyons have been allowed to return to their homes. All evacuation orders have been lifted.

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