Last modified on Sep 04, 2009

Pendleton Fire

Pendleton Fire Incident Information:
Last Updated: September 4, 2009 7:15 am   FINAL
Date/Time Started: August 31, 2009 3:30 pm  
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE San Bernardino Unit 
County: San Bernardino County  
Location: Yucaipa  
Acres Burned - Containment: 860 acres  
Estimated - Containment: 860 acres - 100% contained  
Structures Threatened: No further threat  
Structures Destroyed:One residential structure was destroyed and one outbuilding destroyed.  
Evacuations: All recommended and mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted for all areas of the Oak Glen and Pendleton fire areas.  
Injuries: 1  
Cause: Under Investigation 
Cooperating Agencies: CAL FIRE, USFS, San Bernardino County Oes, Riverside County OES, San Bernardino County Sherrif's Office, City of Yucaipa, California State Parks and Southern California Edison.  
Total Fire Personnel: 441 (720 at peak 9/02)  
Total Fire Engines: 45 (106 at peak 9/02)  
Total Fire crews: 14 (15 at peak 9/02)  
Total Helicopters: 1 at peak 9/02  
Total Dozers: 2 at peak 9/02  
Total Water Tenders: 12 at peak 9/02  
Costs to date: $1.49 million  
Conditions: Significant demobilization of resources continues today. Incident command will be transitioned back to home unit tomorrow morning.

All roads have been re-opened and have unrestricted access.

The Pendleton Fire is being supported by aircraft from the Oak Glen fire due to close proximity of both fires and air space safety.  

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