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Cal Fire Central LNU Complex Incident Update

Published:  October 27, 2017 at 7:00 AM

Sonoma County Sheriff's Office, CAL FIRE, County of Sonoma, City of Santa Rosa

Incident Facts

Incident Start Date: 10/08/2017
Incident Start Time:9:45 PM
Incident Type:Wildfire
Cause:Under Investigation
Incident Locations:Various locations throughout Sonoma and Napa Counties
Acreage:Total: 110,720 acres
Tubbs Fire: 36,807 acres 
Pocket Fire: 17,357 acres 
Nuns Fires: 56,556 acres
Containment:Total Containment: 95%
Tubbs Fire: 95%
Pocket Fire: 95%
Nuns Fires: 95%
Firefighter Injuries:1
Civilian Fatalities:23
Expected Full Containment:10/31/2017
Structures Threatened:0
Structures Destroyed:7,010
Structures Damaged:487

Situation

Current Situation:

Crews continue to mop up and patrol the effected areas.

Recovery and Reentry Information:

All official recovery information including reentry and local assistance centers for Sonoma County fires can be found at: https://www.sonomacountyrecovers.org

For specific limited reentry information for areas within the City of Santa Rosa:

For specific limited reentry information for areas within the County of Sonoma :

Resources

Engines:30
Water Tankers:6
Helicopters:2
Air Tankers:0
Hand Crews:15
Dozers:4
Other:2
Total Personnel:749

Cooperating Agencies: Santa Rosa Police Department, Sonoma County OES, Sonoma County Sheriff's Office, CalOES, California Highway Patrol, California Department of Transportation, CA National Guard, Napa County OES, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Lake County Sheriff's Office, Lake County OES, Calistoga City Fire, the California Conservation Corp., Oregon State Fire Marshal, Oregon Department of Forestry, California State Parks, City of Calistoga, City of Santa Rosa, City of Sonoma, US Forest Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the State of Victoria, Australia.

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