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    Post California Sit Rep

    Updated info-California status
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    -Cannon Fire: 21,760 acres; 15 percent contained; located in the
    Sierra Nevada near Yosemite National Park; three firefighters
    killed Monday in plane crash; one home burned; 1,400 firefighters
    on scene.
    -Bluecut Fire: 7,750 acres; 75 percent contained; located 50
    miles east of Los Angeles in San Bernardino National Forest; one
    civilian, five firefighters injured, including three who suffered
    first-degree burns when flames leaped over their fire truck; about
    1,000 firefighters on scene; Highway 138 reopened; full containment
    expected 6 p.m. Friday.
    -Sudden Ranch Fire: 7,782 acres; 100 percent contained; located
    on Vandenberg Air Force Base in Santa Barbara County; storage shed
    destroyed; about 300 firefighters on scene.
    -Borel Fire: 3,430 acres; 100 percent contained, located 100
    miles north of Los Angeles near Lake Isabella in Kern County; 13
    homes, including two mobilehomes, along with 22 vehicles,
    outbuildings and boats destroyed; three firefighters sustained
    minor injuries.
    -Gorman Fire: 1,460 acres; Tejon Pass in north Los Angeles
    County; 60 percent contained; about 450 firefighters on scene;
    three minor injuries to firefighters; full containment expected by
    6 p.m. Friday.
    -Mount Laguna: 1,000 acres; 25 percent contained; located at
    Kitchen Creek along Thing Valley Road in eastern San Diego County;
    three homes destroyed; about 550 firefighters on scene.
    - Angeles National Forest: 150 acres; 10 percent contained;
    located in Big Tujunga Canyon in Los Angeles County.

    (Copyright 2002 by The Associated Press.
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    Engine 101 and Battalion 10 were called on Strike Team on Tuesday they were sent to the Blue Cut Incident

    Alot of major wildfire in Southern California are ezpected to be contianed this weekend thanks to overcast and drizzly condtions today

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    Post All but one contained- 6/23

    -Cannon Fire: 22,750 acres; 70 percent contained; located in the
    Sierra Nevada; three firefighters killed Monday in plane crash; two
    minor injuries to firefighters; one home burned; more than 1,200
    firefighters on scene. Cost of fighting the fire had reached $3.3
    million; cause under investigation.
    -Bluecut Fire: 6,864 acres; 100 percent contained; located 50
    miles east of Los Angeles in San Bernardino National Forest; one
    civilian, five firefighters injured; firefighting cost exceeds $4
    million; caused by arson.
    -Sudden Ranch Fire:7,'82 acres; 100 percent contained; located
    on Vandenberg Air Force Base in Santa Barbara County; storage shed
    destroyed.
    -Borel Fire: 3,430 acres; 100 percent contained; located 100
    miles north of Los Angeles near Lake Isabella in Kern County; 13
    homes destroyed.
    -Gorman Fire: 1,460 acres; 100 percent contained; located along
    Tejon Pass in north Los Angeles County; three minor injuries to
    firefighters.
    -Mount Laguna: 1,560 acres; 100 percent contained; located at
    Kitchen Creek along Thing Valley Road in eastern San Diego County;
    three homes destroyed; three minor injuries to firefighters;
    firefighting costs had reached $1.2 million; caused by illegal
    campfire, no suspects identified.
    -Angeles National Forest: 113 acres, 100 percent contained;
    located in Big Tujunga Canyon.

    (Copyright 2002 by The Associated Press
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