San Diego

Fire in Pala Mesa grows at “dangerous rate of spread”

Evacuation warnings had been lifted Wednesday evening and short-term evacuation factors had been closed. Highway 76 reopened after being closed for a time additionally.

PALA MESA, Calif. — Cal Fire San Diego battled a vegetation fireplace in the group of Pala Mesa which grew to 350 acres Wednesday evening. After reported a “dangerous rate of spread” and 0 containment, the company stated the rate of unfold was gradual as of 6:45 p.m. 


As of 8:45 p.m. Cal Fire San Diego stated firefighters could be working by the evening and suggested drivers to proceed with warning in the world. 

The blaze despatched a thick plume of smoke over North County San Diego as floor and airborne crews fought the flames.

Evacuation warnings for the world had been lifted Wednesday evening and short-term evacuation factors had been closed. Highway 76 reopened after being closed for a time additionally. 

The blaze erupted for unknown causes shortly after 2 p.m. off state Route 76, a few mile west of Pala Temecula Road in Pala Mesa, in keeping with Cal Fire. No imminent structural threats had been reported.


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