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As of 6:30 a.m. Wednesday, all five fires in the Vallecito Lightning Complex have scorched 9,325 acres. Cal Fire reports the fires are 15 percent contained. The group of fires includes the Wilson Fire, Stewart Fire and Cooper Fire located near Scissors crossing, the Wynola Fire and the Vallecito Fire that burned southeast of Julian.
Source: East County Fires Burn 9,000+ Acres | NBC 7 San Diego
Originally posted by rebellender
reply to post by randyvs
Wow, its a bunch cooler tonight. and the wind never kicked up much either.
I dont have the resources to investigate. They must be getting a hold on it?
Thats what i like to see rich folks hopes and dreams up in the air. They really should learn to share the wealth more evenly. I hope the population and local wildlife dont sustain to much damage, but as for all the mansions going up in flames, burn baby burn!
San Diego County Fire name Date / time started Area burned Structures destroyed Injuries Containment Witch (Creek) October 21 at 11:00 a.m. 197,990 acres (801 km2) 1040 homes 414 outbuildings 239 vehicles 70 homes damaged 25 outbuildings damaged 2 deaths 39 firefighters 2 civilians 100% Harris October 21 at 9:30 a.m. 90,440 acres (366 km2) 206 homes 252 outbuildings 253 structures damaged 5 deaths 34 firefighters 21 civilians 100% Poomacha (Palomar Mountain/Valley Center) October 23 at 3:13 a.m. 50,176 acres (203.06 km2) 143 homes 77 outbuildings 21 firefighters 100% Horno/Ammo October 24 21,084 acres (85.32 km2) 6 firefighters 100% Rice October 22 at 4:16 a.m. 9,000 acres (36.4 km2) 206 homes 2 commercial properties 40 outbuildings 5 firefighters 100% McCoy October 21 300 acres (1.21 km2) 1 residence 1 outbuilding 100% Coronado Hills October 22 at 1:50 a.m. 250 acres (1.01 km2) 2 outbuildings 100% on Oct. 22