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All evacuations have been lifted and Highway 38 has been re-opened, however all Forest Service lands affected by the fire remain closed to recreation purposes.
In coordination with fire officials, the San Bernardino County Sheriff, and CHP, Highway 38 reopened Saturday morning at 8:00. All hiking trails into the San Gorgonio Wilderness and Pacific Crest Trail from Whitewater Preserve to Onyx Summit. Campgrounds closed through July 9: Barton Flats, San Gorgonio, South Fork, Skyline, Council, Heart Bar, Oso, Lobo, Heart Bar Equestrian, Wildhorse Equestrian, Coon Creek Cabin, Coon Creek Yellow-post Sites, Mission Springs, and Juniper Springs.
Human Caused, Remains Under Investigation
There have been six minor firefighter injuries. One residence and three outbuildings have been determined to have been destroyed in the northeast portion of the fire. Damaged buildings have been assessed and confirmed by a Damage Inspection Team from San Bernardino County Fire Department.
Scattered rain showers were present over the fire area today, bringing light rain to some parts of the fire. Incident meteorologists predict the possibility of scattered thunderstorms. Gusty and erratic winds are possible with any storm.
San Bernardino National Forest