Aug 24, 2016

PG and E on scene; 780 fire personnel at Tully fire




Just spoke with CalFire Humboldt Del Norte Unit Division Chief Jonni Mayberry. Ms. Mayberry said, if conditions do not worsen, the estimated containment date is next Tuesday; however at this point determing how long it will take to contain the fire is not something that can be predicted.

CalFire has been very responsive to messages and returning phone calls, which is very appreciated.






Latest update on Tulley Fire from CalFire (as of 9:30 a.m.)


Last Updated:August 24, 2016 9:30 am
Date/Time Started:August 22,2016 4:03 pm
Administrative Unit:CAL Fire Humboldt-Del Norte Unit
County:Humboldt County
Location:off of Hwy 169 & Martin's Ferry Rd, northwest of Weitchpec
Acres Burned - Containment:440 acres - 8% contained
Structures Threatened:30
Structures Destroyed:1
Evacuations:There is an evacuation order in effect for McKinnon Hill Road, Gibbens Road, Peters Lane, and Jack Ranch Lane. There is an evacuation warning in place for Lower Cappell Road.
Livestock can be evacuated to the Hoopa Rodeo Grounds. Dog kennels are available for canine evacuations. Contact Serene Hayden of Hoopa OES at 530-739-2259 to arrange.
The Evacuation Center is located at:
Hoopa Neighborhood Facility
11900 Hwy 96
Hoopa
Red Cross contact: Cris Jones-Koczera at 1 866 272-2237
Hoopa OES contact: Serene Hayden at 530 739-2259
Road Closures:Hwy 169 is closed between the Martin's Ferry Bridge and McKinnon Hill Rd.
Cause:Arson
Cooperating Agencies:CAL FIRE, HIA, USFS, HSO, CHP, Yurok, CDCR, Red Cross
Total Fire Personnel:780
total Fire Engines:61
Total Fire Crews:30
Total Airtankers:6
Total Helicopters:6
Total Dozers:16
Total Water Tenders:14
Long/Lat:41.28486,-123.82268/
Conditions:Fire is burning in heavy timber, slash and brush. Intense burning conditions have been encountered in an area that has not burned in over 30 years.
PG&E has arrived and is preparing to restore power as soon as the fire operations allow. This probably will not be today, as power pole replacement will cause complete road closures for fire vehicles.

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