Last modified on Oct 06, 2005
||October 6, 2005 6:00 am
||September 28, 2005 1:50 pm
||Los Angeles County Fire Deparment
||Chatsworth area (border of LA and Ventura Counties)
|Acres Burned - Containment:
|Estimated - Containment:
|Structures Destroyed:||3 residences destroyed, 1 damaged, 3 commercial properties destroyed, 2 damaged, 7 outbuildings destroyed. |
| Evacuations: || All evacuations have been lifted. |
|Road Closures :||Full control estimated October 13 at 8 a.m. |
| Injuries: || 31 |
| Cause: || Under Investigation |
| Cooperating Agencies: || LA County Fire, CDF, Ventura County Fire, LA City Fire Dept., National Park Service, Office of Emergency Services, U.S. Forest S |
| Total Fire Personnel: || 810 |
| Total Fire Engines: || 81 (30 CDF) |
| Total Fire crews: || 14 CDF |
| Total Helicopters: || 4 |
| Total Dozers: || 4 (2 CDF) |
| Total Water Tenders: || 4 |
| Costs to date: || $15.8 million |
|Incident Management Team: || #7 (Unified Command) |
|Conditions: ||The fire perimeter was tested and held through the wind event.
Command of the fire will transition back to local government on Friday, October 7 at 8 a.m.
Mop up and patrol of the 49 miles of fireline continues.
Fire started in Los Angeles City and moved into Los Angeles County, Ventura County and National Park Service area.
Rehabilitation plans for the fire area continue. |