Aug 25, 2016

Tully fire, all evacuation orders lifted, fire 20% contained

Today:

571 acres

25% containment

ty OES, American Red Cross, Yurok Tribe, Hoopa Tribe, BIA, USFS, HIA, CCC, PG&E, NDF, and NDC.
SITUATION
Current
Situation:
Firefighters made significant progress today aided by more favorable weather conditions. Tonight,
firefighters will continue to construct and strengthen control lines and concentrate on the portion of
the fire that crossed Cappell Creek. Firefighters continue to survey the fire area to confirm that
acreage estimates are accurate.
Residents are advised to watch for slow moving fire apparatus, utilities vehicles and firefighters
operating in the area.
For more information visit www.fire.ca.gov and www.readyforwildfire.org

Yesterday:

 Acreage: 505 Containment: 20% Expected Containment: 9/2/2016 

Injuries: 0 Structures Threatened: 40 Structures Destroyed: 2 Structures Damaged:

Current Situation: Firefighters continue to construct and strengthen control lines. The fire is burning in steep, rugged terrain with difficult access. Surveys have identified two structures that have been destroyed by the Tulley Fire; one residence and one outbuilding. As additional assessments are performed, the number of structures damaged or destroyed could change. The evacuation center that had been established at the Hoopa Neighborhood Facilities has been closed by the Red Cross. Anyone needing assistance from the Red Cross can call 1(866) 272-2237 Mandatory Evacuation Orders have been lifted. Residents are advised to watch for slow moving fire apparatus and utilities vehicles operating in the area. For more information visit www.fire.ca.gov and www.readyforwildfire.org Evacuations: Mandatory: All mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted. Warnings: The areas formerly identified under a mandatory evacuation have been downgraded to evacuation warnings. Residents in warning areas should remain vigilant should the need arise to leave the area. Evacuation Centers: None Closures: None 

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