I WANT TO KNOW
Do people near this fire need to evacuate?
Have any road closures been announced?
What is the air quality like near the fire?
I HAVE QUESTIONS
On the scene
View from Santiago Peak of the #holyfire in Orange County. Image courtesy of HPWREN. #cawx
Live look at the #HolyFire courtesy of of ABC 7, and it is absolutely cranking !
This is from #holyfire cloud burning in Orange County.
Current view of the #HolyFire from @ABC7 live feed. #HolyJimFire #HolyJim #OCfire
The view from my yard. 🙁 #HolyFire
Lake Elsinore: Mandatory Evacuations for all homes on the mountainside of Lake St and southwest of Grand Ave to the Ortega Highway. Voluntary evacuations are in effect for the Shoreline community Mandatory evacuations remain in effect for: Holy Jim, Trabuco Canyon Recreation Residence Tracts, Blue Jay and Falcon Campgrounds, McVicker Canyon, Rice Canyon, El Cariso Village, Rancho Capistrano, Horsethief Canyon, Glen Eden Canyon, and Sycamore Creek. Road closures will continue until evacuation orders are lifted. There are two evacuation centers open for residents in both Orange and Riverside Counties. Riverside: Temescal Canyon High School, 28755 El Toro Rd Lake Elsinore CA 92532 for residents. Orange County: San Juan Hills High School located at 29211 Stallion Ridge, San Juan Capistrano. There are hard road closures for the areas under evacuation order. Until these closures are lifted, residents are not permitted back to check on or get small animals.
The evacuation area covers 7,449 single family homes and numerous commercial structures with estimated evacuees totaling 21,484 people.
After completing a structure assessment in the Holy Jim community, there are 12 confirmed structures lost during the initial attack phase of the fire.
Unified Command: US Forest Service, CAL FIRE, Riverside County Fire, Orange County sheriff, Riverside County Sheriff and the California Highway Patrol
Trebuco Ranger District
Trabuco Ranger District