The fire in southern San Diego County has burned 300+ acres, destroyed at the least 4 constructions, and prompted evacuations and highway closures Wednesday afternoon.
SAN DIEGO — Name: #Border32Fire
Fire begin time: Wednesday, August 31 at about 2:30 p.m.
Agencies responding: CAL FIRE San Diego
Road closures: SR-94 is closed in each instructions close to Bowmans Rd
Evacuation orders: The space east of Round Potrero Road in Potrero | Near SR-94 and Barrett Smith Road
Temporary evacuation factors:
- Jamul Casino – 14145 Campo Road, Jamul
- Camp Lockett Event & Equestrian Facility at 799 Forrest Gate Rd, Campo (Camp Lockett is accepting massive animals)
A wildfire east of the Dulzura space, dubbed the #Border32Fire, in the far southern reaches of San Diego County has burned greater than 300 acres and destroyed at the least 4 constructions, and prompted evacuations and highway closures Wednesday afternoon in keeping with Cal Fire.
Pets may be taken to San Diego County Animal Shelter positioned at 5821 Sweetwater Road in Bonita.
The blaze erupted for unknown causes at about 2:30 p.m. off Barrett Lake Road, close to state Route 94 in the Barrett Junction space, roughly three miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border, in keeping with Cal Fire.
Within a half-hour, the flames had blackened an estimated 30 acres and have been posing speedy threats to constructions, the state company reported.
Emergency crews shut down a stretch of SR-94 close to the burn zone as firefighters labored to subdue the blaze, in keeping with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.