|Detwiler Fire Incident Information:|
|Last Updated:||August 21, 2017 4:17 pm|
|Date/Time Started:||July 16, 2017 3:56 pm|
|Administrative Unit:||CAL FIRE Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit|
|Location:||Detwiler Rd and Hunters Valley Rd, 2 miles east of Lake McClure|
|Acres Burned - Containment:||81,826 acres - 100% contained|
|Structures Destroyed:||63 residences, 67 minor structures and 1 commercial structure destroyed. 13 residences damages and 8 minor structures damaged|
|Cooperating Agencies:||Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office, Mariposa County Fire, CAL OES, CHP, Mariposa Public Works, CALTRANS, Mariposa Public Utility District, BLM, Merced County Fairgrounds, Mariposa County Fairgrounds, California Dept. of Corrections and Rehabilitation, American Red Cross, Mariposa OES, Mariposa County Human Services and Public Health, North Fork Tribal Chair, CDCR CYA Camp, City of San Francisco, TDS Telecom, AT&T, Verizon, Sierra Pacific Industries, PG&E, Tuolumne County Sheriff, Wildland Defense Systems, Sierra Telephone, California State Parks, Salvation Army, United States Forest Service, Federal Team 5, Red Zone Disaster Intelligence, City of Merced, U.S. Senator Feinstein’s Office, California National Guard, John C. Fremont Healthcare District, National Park Service, Sonoma County, Madera Sheriff and Mariposa Health Air Quality, Merced County, California Conservation Corps|
|Total Fire Personnel:||83|
|Total Water Tenders:||8|
|Incident Management Team:||CAL FIRE Incident Management Team 4|
|Conditions:||Firefighters continued working the fire and continued to mop up and patrol lines. All fire lines are holding.
Crews will continue to implement the Incident Fireline Suppression Repair Plan. The public is reminded to
stay vigilant for any change in fire conditions.
Residents are urged to use caution while driving as fire equipment is still operating in the fire areas.
“One Less Spark-One Less Wildfire” For more information, visit www.readyforwildfire.org
|Phone Numbers||(844) MMU-FIRE (Fire Information Line )|
|Phone Numbers||(562) 619-7467 (Media Line )|