Last modified on Mar 20, 2011
||March 20, 2011 7:00 pm
||March 18, 2011 3:18 pm
||CAL FIRE San Bernardino Unit
||Community of Big Pine
|Acres Burned - Containment:
|Estimated - Containment:
||850 acres - 100% contained.
|Structures Destroyed:||19 residences destroyed.|
Inyo County Building officials continue to asses the outbuildings that may have been damaged or destroyed.
| Evacuations: || All evacuations have been lifted. |
| Injuries: || 1 |
| Cause: || Under Investigation |
| Cooperating Agencies: || Inyo County Sheriff, US Forest Service, CHP, Big Pine Volunteer Fire Department, Lone Pine Volunteer Fire Department, Bishop Volunteer Fire Department, Long Valley Volunteer Fire Department, Wheeler Crest Volunteer Fire Department, BLM, CalTrans & DWP |
| Total Fire Personnel: || 100 firefighters |
| Total Fire Engines: || 10 |
| Total Fire crews: || 4 |
|Conditions: ||Firefighters remain at scene to mop up and patrol for hot spots. Rain continues to fall in the fire area.|
There is no impact to Highway 395.
The American Red Cross is offering assistance to the victims whose homes were damaged or destroyed by the fire and will be holding a meeting today at 10 a.m. at the Big Pine School to discuss disaster assistance.
Despite the extreme winds, firefighters were able to quickly contain this fire due to the work and cooperation between the volunteer, state, local and federal firefighters, we well as the law enforcement agencies and public works departments.
||(760) 873-2427 (Center Fire Information)