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Fork Fire

Please monitor https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7165/ for more info


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Size: 2200+ acres

The fire cause is under investigation. It began off Wentworth Springs Road, east of Gerle Creek.

Fire Cameras http://www.alertwildfire.org/blmnv/?camera=Axis-Bunker

The Georgetown Fire Department, Engine 361, home for only 3 days before being redeployed to multiple vegetation fires in Southern California.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 5, 2020 The Georgetown Fire Department has sent a Type 3 wildland fire engine, along with engines from El Dorado Hills, Pioneer, Diamond Springs and Mosquito Fire Departments to Southern California to …

The Georgetown Fire Department crews return safely from 11 days on the fire line

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 31, 2020 The Georgetown Fire Department has sent a Type 3 wildland fire engine, to the Hog Fire in Lassen County.  The Georgetown crew, along with engines from Garden Valley, El …

The Georgetown Fire Department has deployed on their first major wildfire of the season

The Georgetown Fire Department has sent a Type 3 wildland fire engine, to the Hog Fire in Lassen County. The fire, which began on Saturday July 18th, grew from 650 acres to 5800 acres since …

The Georgetown Fire Department responded to our first vegetation fire of the year on Friday

The Georgetown Fire Department, along with CAL FIRE units, responded to a small vegetation fire at just before noon today. The fire was in the area of Sliger Mine Rd. and Spanish Dry Diggins. The fire was a controlled burn that got out of control.

Country Incident – Vegetation Fire

Last Update: 9/4/2019 @ 10:49 Location: Highway 193 and Penobscot Rd, east of CoolLat/Long: [38.902821, -120.935299] Date Started: 9/3/2019Current Acreage: 85 acresPercent Contained: 30%Cause: Under InvestigationFuel Type: GrassGeorgetown Fire Resources at scene: ALL Georgetown units …