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  • Clayton Fire in Lake County chars 2,000 acres, minimal containment

    At least 500 personnel are working the Clayton Fire in Lake County, with four helicopters, three airtankers and 43 fire engines. The fire began just after 5 p.m. Saturday and has quickly charred through 2,000 acres driven by "low humidity and gusty winds...add drought-stricken vegetation, and it’s the perfect combination for a fast-moving wildfire," said Cal Fire spokesman Daniel Berlant.

At least 500 personnel are working the Clayton Fire in Lake County, with four helicopters, three airtankers and 43 fire engines. The fire began just after 5 p.m. Saturday and has quickly charred through 2,000 acres driven by "low humidity and gusty winds...add drought-stricken vegetation, and it’s the perfect combination for a fast-moving wildfire," said Cal Fire spokesman Daniel Berlant. Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department
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Fast-moving wildfire threatens towns of Lower Lake and Clearlake

August 14, 2016 11:16 AM

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