Wall Fire Update July 9, 9:00am
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All areas north of Highway 162 from Miners Ranch Road to Glen Drive/Oro Quincy Highway
All areas east of Oro Dam Blvd. from Highway 162 to Lake Oroville, including Canyon Drive and Longview Drive.
All areas east of the following roads: Arbor Ave. from Highway 162, Hillsdale Ave., Edgewood Ave., Pinedale Ave., Foothill Blvd. to Oro-Bangor Highway, Oro-Bangor Highway from Foothill Blvd. to Lower Wyando, Upper Palermo Rd. to the intersection of South Villa Rd.
All areas north of South Villa / Grubbs Road from the intersection of Upper Palermo to Dunston Rd.
Oro Bangor Highway from Miners Ranch Road, south and west to Dunstone Road
Miners Ranch Road to Oro Bangor Highway west to Oakvale Avenue, including the Oaks and Skyline Blvd.
Evacuations: Evacuation orders:
All areas west of Miners Ranch Road from the intersection of Highway 162 to Oro-Bangor Highway., including the Oaks mobile home park, Mt. Ida Road, Skyline Blvd. and Oakvale Ave.
All areas south of Highway 162 from the intersection of Miners Ranch Road to Oakvale Ave.
All areas east of Oakvale Ave. from Highway 162 to Miners Ranch Road including Oro Bangor Highway
All areas north and south from the intersection of Highway 162 and Forbestown Road to Black Bart Road.
All areas east of Miners Ranch Road and Highway 162 (Olive Highway) and Oro Bangor Highway to Swedes Flat Road.
All areas west of Robinson Mill from Forbestown Road to La Porte Road.
Last Updated: 2017-07-09 09:00:00
Date Started: 2017-07-07 14:52:00
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Butte County Fire
County: Butte County
Location: Chinese Wall Rd, 5 miles north of Bangor
Acres Burned: 4,400 acres - 17% contained
Structures Destroyed: 10 structures destroyed, 5 damaged
Structures Threatened: 750
Evacuation Center: Church of the Nazarene- 2238 Monte Vista Avenue, Oroville, CA
Cause: Under Investigation
Cooperating Agencies: CHP, Butte County Sheriff, CDCR, California State Parks, Cal OES, CCC, Cal OES – Law, North Valley Animal Disaster Group, Butte County EOC, American Red Cross, Butte County Animal Control, and PG&E
Total Fire Personned: 1,086
Fire Crews: 32
Air Tankers: Yes
Water Tenders: 16
Conditions: The fire continues to burn actively. The fire is burning primarily to the northwest and southwest. Hot dry weather is expected to continue in the fire area. Firefighters are working to establish and maintain control lines and reduce the threat of property damage. Evacuation orders and warnings are in effect.
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