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Incident Name: Highland Incident Number: CARRU-59216 Date Reported: 06/16/2012 Time Reported: 1:20 PM Incident Type: Wildland Fire Incident Location: Potrero Rd. Wolfskill Extension Trk Trail (TB 721 D4) City: Beaumont Cause: Loss: $0 Save: $0 Injuries: Fatalities: 0 Critical: 0 Moderate: 0 Minor: 0 Non-Injury: 0 Transported Ground Ambulance(s): 0 Air Ambulance(s): 0 Containment Time: Control Time: Resources Assigned Engines: 24 Helicopter(s): 5 Truck Co: 0 Fire Fighters: 445 RVC Medic(s): 0 Air Tankers: 5 Overhead Personnel: 10 Ambulance(s): 0 Fire Crew(s): 12 Specialized Equipment: County OES: No Fire Prev.: Yes Water Tenders: 5 Utilities: No Bulldozers: 6 Red Cross: No Displaced Persons: No Adult(s): 0 Child: 0 Cooperating Agencies: Beaumont PD, CAL FIRE/Riverside, CAL FIRE/San Bernardino, CAL FIRE/San Diego, March ARB, Pechanga FD, Riverside County Fire Department, USFS – San Bernardino Current Situation: Update 4:59 pm - The fire is still 2200 acres, 60% contained. Full containment is now expected to occur at approximately 6:00 pm tomorrow evening - Monday, June 18, 2012. Update 12:46 pm - The fire is currently 2200 acres, 60% contained with full containment expected by midnight. Current weather: 92 degrees, 19% RH, winds 3 mph SSW. Update 8:59 am - Unless significant fire activity or events warrant updates, the next update will be at approximately 7:00 pm. No structures threatened. No injuries reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Update 6:25 a.m. 6/17/2012 - Fire is 2200 acres and 30% contained. Updates on estimation for full containment/control will be posted as information becomes available. Ground and air resources continue the firefight today. No structures threatened, no injuries reported. Update 10:00 p.m.: Firefighters remain at the scene throughout the night. Updated acreage and percentage of containment will be posted tomorrow morning (6/17/2012) after aircraft has flown the fire area. No structures threatened, no evacuations and no injuries reported .The fire is burning in steep and rugged terrain. Motorists should yield to fire engines and equipment and also monitor the CHP website ( for updates on road conditions. Learn how to harden your home and protect your family from wildfires by visting Update 8:35 p.m. - Fire is still 2,000 acres and 10% contained. No estimate on full containment or control. Evacuations: No Evacuation Comments: Prepared By: Jody Hagemann Prepared Date/Time: 06/17/2012 1659 © 2003 Riverside County Fire Department
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