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“It could have been much worse.”. Call 707-459-6801. Connect with friends faster than ever with the new Facebook app. That update shows that the Oak Fire at 863 acres and 5 percent containment, the same as this morning. Your email address will not be published. Animal Care is also requesting donations of blankets, towels, and sheets for the disaster rescue station. Roads into Brooktrails remain closed, as does a portion of the 101 between SR-162 and the Willits Bypass, but travelers can use SR-1 to SR-128 as a possible detour. The fire continues to burn away from Brooktrails and firefighters are setting up aggressive defenses in case forecasted strong northern and eastern winds shift the direction of the fire back towards more densely populated areas. Aura Whittaker has been in the newspaper business for about a decade. An Evacuation Center was promptly set up at Willits High School with the help of the Red Cross, and is being managed by Willits Unified School District staff. UPDATE 10:40 p.m. — Hotels in Willits and other parts of the county are filling up. #OakFire Incident Update: 863 acres and 5% contained #CALFIREMEU pic.twitter.com/6a9ubi50kO. As well, for people residing on the east side of U.S. route 101. “Traffic is much heavier than normal,” she said. and eventually put her health and fitness background to good use in a wellness column. These items can be donated at the Willits High School Agriculture Building. One structure has been confirmed destroyed. A generous gift in any amount helps us continue to bring you this service. For now, Miller said it’s important to have a go-bag ready and plans for communication with family members in place — in case the fire should shift. Baumann). According to the most recent update, fire crews have a solid containment line around the fire and are beginning to mop up where possible. Cal Fire confirmed earlier that at least two structures have been destroyed, and there are accounts from firefighters on the scene that property damage has been relatively limited. Here is information on resources available for pets and large animals from the MCSO: Mendocino County Animal Care has established a site on the south side of the Willits High School for domestic animals. Seems to me that the use of yellow to deliniate evacuation zone borders, etc. Willits High School at 229 North Main Street and Baechtel Grove Middle School located at 11050 Magnolia Street are both available for evacuees who need shelter. “The first bomber on the scene did an amazing job of dropping retardants in good spots to slow the spread,” said Haggard. All of the usual suspects – wind, low humidity, dry fuel, and lack of resources – made the fire hard to manage at first and forced the closure of Highway 101 north of Willits. Shelters are filling up and the County is expanding shelter capacity. “Right now the weather is about as bad as it could be for fires,” said National Weather Service Fire Specialist Jeff Tonkin. The Mendocino Voice (https://mendovoice.com/2020/09/oak-fire-near-willits-at-863-acres-5-contained-sept-8/), A Cal Fire crew works on the Oak Fire on 3rd Gate (A.F. “No one can tell you, until it happens, which way to go,” she said. WILLITS, 9/9/20 — The pall of smoke created by the August Complex continues to covered most of Mendocino County, and to create locally favorable weather conditions that firefighters have used to their advantage in holding the Oak Fire, burning north of Brooktrails, to 863 acres. That's fine, consider a one time contribution to keep local journalism going. The incident location is stated as 5 miles north of Willits, west of Highway 101, near the intersection of Big John and Skyview roads, in the Brooktrails township and the City of Willits. However, other reports indicate that some number of out buildings have potentially burned down. Firefighters are aggressively utilizing resources to construct containment lines and defend structures. “But you can go quite a ways north and quite a ways south. The rapid growth of the fire calmed overnight as the winds died down. Cal Fire has only confirmed that one structure has been destroyed so far, although scanner traffic indicated at least two structures were damaged early in the fire, and reports saw substantial damage to property along the 101. Fort Bragg City Manager Tabatha Miller said Tuesday afternoon that the city’s police department had dispatched two officers to help with evacuation plans at the request of the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office, and would likely continue with that assistance through Friday. The fire that caught blaze just after noon on Sept. 7, known as the Oak Fire, burned more than 850 acres before the winds died down enough for firefighters to get a handle on it in the evening of Sept. 8. A little video we filmed up at the #OakFire around 3rd Gate, north of Brooktrails this evening, 9/8/20: The fire’s lethargic behavior today has been largely attributed to the dense cloud of smoke (mostly from the August Complex fires) that has covered Mendocino County like a suffocating blanket. “Obviously, we are monitoring it and its movement,” Miller said. CAL FIRE Incident: Yes: Last Updated: 10/16/2020: Date Started: 9/7/2020: Date Extinguished: 9/14/2020: Location Information: West of Highway 101--Big John Road & Skyview Road, Brooktrails Township, Willits Cal Fire has confirmed that two structures were destroyed. And, while the highway has been reopened, as of press time, all Brooktrails residents are still evacuated. As of 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8, CAL FIRE reported that the fire was 863 acres and 5 percent contained. A backup generator was installed a few weeks ago, and though it is currently untested, she said, it’s expected to be able to power the city for several days in the case of a blackout, and may include some areas outside of Fort Bragg proper. BROOKTRAILS — The Oak Fire started just after noon on Labor Day, Sept. 7, and quickly grew due to windy, dry conditions. The fire began north of Brooktrails shortly after noon on Labor Day, September 7, and grew significantly over the next several hours, prompting escalating evacuations into the entirety of Brooktrails, and the closure of U.S. Route 101. Animal Care has resources for larger domestic animals, horses, and livestock at the Willits Junior Horseman’s Association. UPDATE 9/8/20, 3:15 p.m. — Cal Fire spokesperson Tricia Austin provided some additional clarification this afternoon. We've received word that motels and rv parks on our coast are full. Fire personnel are continuously evaluating and mitigating hazardous trees along Highway 101, which was briefly closed when the Oak Fire jumped the road and burned approximately 25 acres to the east. Locals reported that all of the hotels in Willits and on the Fort Bragg coast quickly became occupied. The Oak fire near Willits in Mendocino County has grown to 1,100 acres, Cal Fire said, and crews have increased containment to 40% as of Friday morning. See the map below for details from the MCSO: Road closures may impact your evacuation routes. On Monday, fire crews have been focusing on aggressive structure defense and establishing containment lines. People evacuating to the north can go to Harwood Hall and Harwood Park in Laytonville. Any questions regarding the Domestic Animal Resources being offered for the Oak Fire can be directed to the Call Center at 707-234-6052. Reports indicate that the fire is moving north and east of the township of Brooktrails, it was confirmed that the fire did jump Highway 101 and so far has burnt about 30 acres on that side. Northern Mendocino reach “hazardous” air quality as smoke from August Complex darkens sky, El humo del fuego Complejo de Agosto reduce las temperaturas y ayuda a combatir el fuego Oak Fire — Oak Fire se manitene en 863 acres — capacidad de refugio ampliada - 8 de septiembre (actualizado a las 3:15 pm), Summer 2020: Changes coming to membership and newsletters, Read all about coronavirus in this series, Oak Fire from September 7 can be found here, updating map with evacuations, road closures, and emergency shelters, see here, Seventeen dead of COVID including a county worker, new public health order issued — 673 total cases, 5 currently hospitalized, Aug. 28, One more dead of COVID today, five total this week — four die of COVID at hospital, one COVID-related death at Sherwood Oaks (update 2:10pm), West Center opens second round of grants to assist businesses with COVID-19 changes on Friday August 21 — $100,000 total available, Adventist Health implements virtual hospital program to expand capacity and offer home treatment during the pandemic, Covered California extends special enrollment period again, now open through August 31, With fire weather approaching PG&E revises outage area — Willits, northern Mendo no longer expecting shut off — only 1000 customers likely to be affected, As California prepares for extreme fire weather, where exactly PG&E will cut power remains unclear — parts of Mendocino Co. likely to lose power — fire weather will be worst of season starting today, Eel River tributaries decimated by drought, August Complex now 91% contained — county offering services to those impacted by August Complex and Oak Fire, Albion man arrested in killing of 60-year-old Ft. Bragg man, One year in, Mendocino Climate Committee still struggles to find its footing, Two substantial quakes rattle Willits area, Small brush fire burning at south end of Willits Bypass, Fire crews mopping up fire on Orr Springs Road in the Ukiah area, NWS issues red flag warning for interior North Coast above 1500 ft., from Wednesday night through Friday morning — planned power shutoffs unlikely in Mendocino County but may occur in Northern CA, August Complex virtual community meeting happening tonight, October 12 at 7pm, Red flag warning called for interior Mendocino Co., western Lake Co. — flex alert issued, August Complex at 794,801 acres; new evacuation warnings issued south and east of 162, Watch the Mendocino Co. election forums Oct. 5 & 8.

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