SE San Diego
has burned 90,440 acres and is 95 percent contained. The
fire started on October 21 and is burning at Harris
Ranch Road and both sides of Highway 94 in Portrero in
San Diego County. Full containment is expected October
31. There have been 21 civilian and 32 firefighter
injuries, as well as five deaths on this fire. 211 homes
and 262 outbuildings have been destroyed, and 259
additional structures are damaged. Damage assessments,
inspections and are in progress.
evacuations have been lifted. Re-entry for residents
only is being allowed. 2,214 firefighters are assigned
under a unified command. A military aerial infrared
platform is being used to identify remaining hot spots.
The estimated cost of this fire to date is $15.1
million. Harris Fire Information Line (619) 449-1462.
Harris Fire Map 10/26/07
Harris Fire Fact Sheet 10/26/07
NE San Diego
has burned 197,990 acres and is 99 percent contained.
Full containment is expected on October 31. The Witch
Fire has joined the Poomacha fire in the north.
Residents are being allowed re-entry into the area.
and 493 outbuildings have been destroyed. 76 homes and
25 outbuildings have been damaged. Additionally, 239
vehicles have been destroyed.
firefighters are assigned to this incident under unified
command. There have been 40 injuries to firefighters,
and two civilian fatalities reported. The estimated cost
of this fire to date is $15 million. Witch Fire
Information Line (619) 590-3160.
Witch Fire Map 10/26/07
La Jolla Indian Reservation
started October 23 as a structure fire on the Lajolla
Indian Reservation. It has burned 49,540 acres and is 70
percent contained. Full containment is expected October
31. The Poomacha Fire has joined with the Witch Fire to
the south. 143 homes, 1 commercial property and 77
outbuildings have been destroyed. 500 homes remain
threatened in Mt. Palomar and Crosley Homestead.
orders are still in place. Residential areas where the
overall threat has lessened are being allowed re-enty.
This fire has resulted in 21 firefighter injuries. 2,314
firefighters are currently assigned to this incident
under unified command with CAL FIRE and the Cleveland
National Forest. The estimated cost of this fire to date
is $10.2 million. Poomacha Fire Information Line (760)
Poomacha Fire Map 10/26/07
has burned 9,000 acres in Rice Canyon in Northern San
Diego County and is 100 percent contained. 206 homes, 2
commercial properties and 40 outbuildings have been
destroyed. Evacuations have been lifted. Five
firefighters injuries have been reported. 850
firefighters are assigned to this fire under unified
command. The estimated cost of this fire is $4.9
million. Full containment is expected on October 28.
Rice Fire Information Line (619) 590-3160.
Rice Fire Map 10/26/07
Fire has burned 21,084 acres since October 23 and is now
100 percent contained. 130 firefighters are assigned to
this incident and six firefighters have been injured.
Horno/Ammo Fire Information Line at (866) 430-2764.
Horno/Ammo Fire Map 10/26/07
October 22 and burned 300 acres south of Cal State San
Marcos in San Diego County. Structures were lost in
Discovery Hills and San Marcos. It is now 100 percent
contained. Coronado Hills Fire Line (619) 590-3160.
burned 300 acres and is 100 percent contained. The fire
started October 21 in the Boulder Creek/Eagle Peak area
of San Diego County. One residence and one outbuilding
were destroyed. McCoy Fire Information Line (619)
acre fire on Camp Pendleton is now 100% contained.
Wilcox Fire Information Line (866) 430-2764.