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Up-dated News on the Carstens Fire in Mariposa County





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Last Updated: June 22, 2013 7:00 am
Date/Time Started: June 16, 2013 2:12 pm
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit / Sierra National Forest
County: Mariposa County
Location: Off Carstens Road, east of 140 in the Midpines area.
Acres Burned - Containment: 1,660 acres
Estimated Containment 1,660 acres - 80% contained
Evacuations: All evacuation orders have been lifted as of Thursday at 4:00 pm. Residents with I.D. will be allowed to return to their homes.
Injuries: 1
Cause: Human - unattended campfire
Cooperating Agencies: CAL FIRE, US Forest Service, California Highway Patrol, National Park Service, Mariposa County, Mariposa County Fire, Mariposa County Sheriff.
Total Fire Personnel: 980
Total Fire Engines: 62
Total Fire crews: 27
Total Helicopters: 5
Total Dozers: 4
Total Water Tenders: 12
Conditions:

Extensive mop-operations and patrol of the fire lines will continue. Contingency lines are being repaired to reduce erosion.

Drivers: please slow and allow large fire equipment to pass. 

Road Closures:

  • Carstens Rd., Buckingham Mtn. Rd. – remain open to residents with proper I.D
  • All Forest Service roads leading to and around the fire area will remain closed.
  • Carter Rd. open to all traffic including Carter Ranch Music Festival.

The Natural Resources Conservation Service is available to assist private landowners with rehabilitating property affected by the fire. Fore more information, contact: 209-966-3431, or: www.ca.nrcs.usda.gov.

Phone Numbers (209) 966-1133 (Recorded evacuation/emergency services)
Phone Numbers (209) 742-1523 (Media Information)
Phone Numbers (209) 966-3431 (The Natural Resources Conservation Service)


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Carstens Fire Incident Information:
Last Updated: June 20, 2013 6:30 pm
Date/Time Started: June 16, 2013 2:12 pm
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit / Sierra National Forest
County: Mariposa County
Location: Off Carstens Road, east of 140 in the Midpines area.
Acres Burned - Containment: 1,660 acres
Estimated Containment 1,660 acres - 65% contained
Structures Threatened: 50 residences
Evacuations: As of 8 pm Wednesday night, Jerseydale, Mariposa Pines area, and Triangle Rd between Hwy 140 and Darrah Rd open to residents only with ID.

Evacuations remain in effect for Buckingham Mountain Rd and Carter Rd.

Injuries: 1
Cause: Human - unattended campfire
Cooperating Agencies: CAL FIRE, US Forest Service, California Highway Patrol, National Park Service, Mariposa County, Mariposa County Fire, Mariposa County Sheriff.
Total Fire Personnel: 1,462
Total Fire Engines: 45
Total Fire crews: 45
Total Helicopters: 7
Total Dozers: 9
Total Water Tenders: 14
Conditions:

There is a combination of hand and dozer line around the north end of the fire. At this time, backburn operations continue to burn successfully. The fire area continues to generate interior heat and areas of smoke. On the southwest side of the fire, the fire continues to back downslope toward the constructed dozer lines burning pockets of green fuel between the fire line and the fire. This is favorable for containment goals.

The fire has been determined to be human caused. An unattended campfire was not fully extinguished. Continued vigilance and fire safety during dry forest conditions is required.

Please be aware of large fire equipment on local roads – slow down when passing fire crews.

Based on public need, the Red Cross is closing their evacuee site tonight. 

Road Closures:

  • Carter Rd.
  • Buckingham Mtn. Rd.
  • Triangle Rd., from HWY 140 to Darrah, open to residents only.

The Natural Resources Conservation Service is available to assist private landowners with rehabilitating property affected by the fire. Fore more information, contact: 209-966-3431, or: www.ca.nrcs.usda.gov.

Phone Numbers (209) 966-1133 (Evacuation Information)
Phone Numbers (209) 742-1520(Fire Information)


7 P.M. Update: The fire is now at 1,621 Acres Burned with 55% containment. They are estimating full containment by June 24th. The Red Cross is planning to demobilize this evening by 8 P.M.



6 P.M. Update: People are reporting seeing more smoke in the Buckingham Mt. area.
We have confirmed that fire crews are doing a 'Back-Burn' in the Buckingham Mt. & Carter Road area, this is done to help the fire line. 


Carstens Fire Incident Information:
Last Updated: June 19, 2013 10:45 am  
Date/Time Started: June 16, 2013 2:12 pm
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit / Sierra National Forest
County: Mariposa County
Location: Off Carstens Road, east of 140 in the Midpines area.
Acres Burned - Containment: 1,621 acres

Acreage change is a result of on the ground GPS mapping.

Estimated Containment 1,621 acres - 40% contained
Structures Threatened: 150 residences
Evacuations: Evacuation orders are in effect for the areas of:
  • Hites Cove
  • Jerseydale
  • Clarks Valley
  • Mariposa Pines
  • Residents on the north side of Triangle Rd. from HWY 140 to Darrah Rd., including Carter Rd., Buckingham Mtn. Rd. and Memory Lane.

*** As of Tuesday night at 8 p.m. residents have been allowed back into the Lushmeadow area, ID required ***

Injuries: 1
Cause: Human - unattended campfire
Cooperating Agencies: CAL FIRE, US Forest Service, California Highway Patrol, National Park Service, Mariposa County, Mariposa County Fire, Mariposa County Sheriff.
Total Fire Personnel: 1,223
Total Fire Engines: 53
Total Fire crews: 43
Total Helicopters: 8
Total Dozers: 7
Total Water Tenders: 11
Conditions:

There is a combination of hand and dozer line around the north end of the fire; firefighters are improving the line while mop-up actions continue. The Jerseydale area continues to generate interior heat and areas of smoke. On the southwest side of the fire, the fire continues to back downslope toward the constructed dozer lines burning pockets of green fuel between the fire line and the fire. This is favorable for containment goals.

The fire has been determined to be human caused. An unattended campfire was not fully extinguished. Continued vigilance and fire safety during dry forest conditions is required.

Please be aware of large fire equipment on local roads – slow down when passing fire crews.

Evacuation centers have been established for displaced residents and livestock and pets. Residential evacuation center is the Mariposa Elementary School, and animal evacuation center is at the Mariposa Fairground. 

Road Closures:

  • Jerseydale Rd.
  • Carter Rd.
  • Buckingham Mtn. Rd.
  • Memory Lane Rd.
  • Triangle Rd. – HWY 140 to Darrah Rd is only open to residences on the south side of Triangle Rd.
Phone Numbers (209) 966-1133 (Evacuation Information)
Phone Numbers (209) 966-4784 (Fire Information)


Carstens Fire Incident Information:
Last Updated: June 19, 2013 6:45 am
Date/Time Started: June 16, 2013 2:12 pm
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit / Sierra National Forest
County: Mariposa County
Location: off Carstens Road, east of 140 in the Midpines area.
Acres Burned - Containment: 1,621 acres
Acreage change is a result of on the ground GPS mapping. 
Estimated Containment 1,621 acres - 40% contained
Structures Threatened: 150 residences
Evacuations:
Evacuation orders are in effect for the areas of:
  • Hites Cove
  • Jerseydale
  • Clarks Valley
  • Mariposa Pines

    Residents on the north side of Triangle Rd. from HWY 140 to Darrah Rd.

*** After 8 p.m. approx. 700 residents will be allowed back into the Lushmeadow area, ID required ***

Injuries: 1
Cause: Human - unattended campfire
Cooperating Agencies: CAL FIRE, US Forest Service, California Highway Patrol, National Park Service, Mariposa County, Mariposa County Fire, Mariposa County Sheriff.
Total Fire Personnel: 1,223
Total Fire Engines: 53
Total Fire crews: 43
Total Helicopters: 8
Total Dozers: 7
Total Water Tenders: 11
Conditions:

There is a combination of hand and dozer line around the north end of the fire; firefighters are improving the line while mopup actions continue. The biggest growth for the fire has been in the Jerseydale and Hites Cove areas. Lowered temperatures overnight have helped with making progress. If temperatures are similar tonight, continued gains are expected. On the southwest side of the fire, the fire backed downslope toward the constructed dozer lines burning pockets of green fuel between the fire line and the fire. This is favorable for containment goals.

The fire has been determined to be human caused. An unattended campfire was not fully extinguished. Continued vigilance and fire safety during dry forest conditions is required.

Evacuation centers have been established for displaced residents and livestock and pets. Residential evacuation center is the Mariposa Elementary School, and animal evacuation center is at the Mariposa Fairground.


Road Closures:
  • Hwy 140 at Triangle Rd
  • Carlton Rd at Triangle Rd
  • Silva Rd at Triangle Rd
  • Darrah Rd at Triangle Rd
Phone Numbers (209) 966-1133 (Evacuation Information)
Phone Numbers (209) 966-4784 (Fire Information)


 

6 P.M. Update on Carstens Fire from Sierra National Forest:

1880 acres burned; 40% contained; 500 structures threatened. Combo of hand and dozer line on north end of fire.

If weather patterns continue on the Carstens this evening, positive gains are expected overnight. Biggest growth of fire in Jerseydale area.

 


5 P.M. Update 6/18/13

Time still shows 1:15 p.m., but some info. has been updated.

Carstens Fire Incident Information:
Last Updated: June 18, 2013 1:15 pm
Date/Time Started: June 16, 2013 2:12 pm
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit / Sierra National Forest
County: Mariposa County
Location: off Carstens Road, east of 140 in the Midpines area.
Acres Burned - Containment: 1600 acres
Estimated Containment 1600 acres - 15% contained
Structures Threatened: 800 residences
Evacuations:
Evacuation orders are in effect for the areas of:
  • Hites Cove
  • Jerseydale
  • Clarks Valley
  • Mariposa Pines
  • Lush Meadows
  • Darrah Rd. from Valley View Rd. to 
    Triangle Rd.
  • Deer Springs
Injuries: 1
Cause: Human - escaped campfire
Cooperating Agencies: CAL FIRE, US Forest Service, California Highway Patrol, National Park Service, Mariposa County, Mariposa County Fire, Mariposa County Sheriff.
Total Fire Personnel: 2,237
Total Fire Engines: 143
Total Fire crews: 69
Total Dozers: 21
Total Water Tenders: 4
Conditions:

The fire is exhibiting extreme fire behavior, to include fire whirls and strong adverse winds. The biggest challenges facing firefighters today will be the predicted low relative humidity and windy conditions and down canyon winds.

The fire was determined to be human caused. It was the result of an escaped campfire. This underscores the need for continued vigilance and fire safety during these dry forest conditions. Further investigations are being conducting.

 

Evacuation centers have been established for displaced residents and livestock and pets. Residential evacuation center is the Mariposa Elementary School, and animal evacuation center is at the Mariposa Fairground. 

Road Closures:

 

  • Hwy 140 at Triangle Rd
  • Carlton Rd at Triangle Rd
  • Silva Rd at Triangle Rd
  • Darrah Rd at Triangle Rd
  • Darrah Rd to Valley View Rd
  • Triangle Rd at East Westfall Rd
  • Cole Rd at Triangle Rd
Phone Numbers (209) 966-1133 (Evacuation Information)
Phone Numbers (209) 966-4784 (Fire Information)



Carstens Fire Incident Information:
Last Updated: June 18, 2013 1:15 pm  
Date/Time Started: June 16, 2013 2:12 pm
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit / Sierra National Forest
County: Mariposa County
Location: off Carstens Road, east of 140 in the Midpines area.
Acres Burned - Containment: 1600 acres
Estimated Containment 1600 acres - 15% contained
Structures Threatened: 800 residences
Evacuations:
Evacuation orders are in effect for the areas of:
  • Hites Cove
  • Jerseydale
  • Clarks Valley
  • Mariposa Pines
  • Lush Meadows
  • Darrah Rd. from Valley View Rd. to Triangle Rd.
  • Deer Springs
Injuries: 1
Cause: Human - unattended campfire
Cooperating Agencies: CAL FIRE, US Forest Service, California Highway Patrol, National Park Service, Mariposa County, Mariposa County Fire, Mariposa County Sheriff.
Total Fire Personnel: 2,237
Total Fire Engines: 143
Total Fire crews: 69
Total Dozers: 21
Total Water Tenders: 4
Conditions:
Evacuation centers have been established for displaced residents and livestock and pets. Residential evacuation center is the Mariposa Elementary School, and animal evacuation center is at the Mariposa Fairground. 

Road Closures:
  • Hwy 140 at Triangle Rd
  • Carlton Rd at Triangle Rd
  • Silva Rd at Triangle Rd
  • Darrah Rd at Triangle Rd
  • Darrah Rd to Valley View Rd
  • Triangle Rd at East Westfall Rd
  • Cole Rd at Triangle Rd
Phone Numbers (209) 966-1133 (Evacuation Information)



Carstens Fire Incident Information:
Last Updated: June 18, 2013 7:15 am  
Date/Time Started: June 16, 2013 2:12 pm
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit / Sierra National Forest
County: Mariposa County
Location: off Carstens Road, east of 140 in the Midpines area.
Acres Burned - Containment: 1600 acres
Estimated Containment 1600 acres - 15% contained
Structures Threatened: Approx. 800 residences
Evacuations: Evacuations for Hites Cove, Jerseydale, Clarks Valley, Triangle Rd. and Scott Rd. As of 6:17 PM, additional evacuations for Lush Meadows, East West Fall Road at Triangle Rd to Triangle Park Dr, Darrah Rd to North Valley View
Road Closures : Road Closures: Triangle Road closed at Rt 140, Carlton at Triangle Road , Silva at Triangle Road and Darrah at Triangle Road.
Cause: Human - unattended campfire
Cooperating Agencies: CALFIRE, US Forest Service, Mariposa County
Total Fire Personnel: 2,237
Total Fire Engines: 143
Total Fire crews: 69
Total Dozers: 21
Total Water Tenders: 4
Conditions: Evacuation centers have been established for displaced residents and livestock and pets. Residential evacuation center is the Mariposa Elementary School, and animal evacuation center is at the Mariposa Fairground.

The following information was recorded on 6/17/13 at 9 P.M.

Evacuation orders are as follows:

Lushmeadow’s Subdivision

Triangle Rd. from Darrah Rd. to East Westfall, both north and south sides
Darrah Road from Triangle to Valley View and Deer Springs including Nickel Plate Road
Evacuate these areas immediately.

Evacuation orders continue for:

Residents north of Triangle Rd. from State Route 140 to Darrah Rd.

Road closures continue at Buckingham Mountain Road, Carter Road, Jerseydale Road, and Darrah Rd., East Westfall, Triangle Rd. from Highway 140 to Darrah Road is open to residents only.

An evacuation shelter has been established at the Mariposa Elementary School at 5044 Jones Street in Mariposa. Domestic animals are accepted at this shelter.

A large animal and livestock shelter has been established at the Mariposa County Fairgrounds.

40 mutual aid Law Enforcement Officers are assisting the Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office with security and services to the affected fire areas. They are working in partnership with sheriff’s deputies to ensure public safety. 

Carstens Fire information is available at 209-966-4784.

A Health Alert has also been issued regarding the expectation of increased smoke and ash.

Everyone, but especially people with heart or lung disease (including asthma) older adults and children should limit time spent outdoors and limit prolonged or heavy exertion and exercise when smoke is present.
This Health Alert is in effect until revised as conditions warrant.

This information will be updated as the situation changes.

 


 

Carstens Fire Last Updated: June 17, 2013 7:45 P.M.

Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit / Sierra National Forest

 

Location: off Carstens Road, east of 140 in the Midpines area. 

Acres Burned - Containment: 1600 acres 

Estimated Containment 1600 acres - 15% contained 

Structures Threatened: Approx. 150 Residence 

Evacuations: Evacuations for Hites Cove, Jerseydale, Clarks Valley, Triangle Rd. and Scott Rd. As of 6:17 PM, additional evacuations for Lush Meadows, east of West Fall Rd, Triangle Rd to Triangle Park Dr, Darrah Rd to North Valley View 

Road Closures: Road Closures: Triangle Road closed at Rt 140, Carlton at Triangle Road , Silva at Triangle Road and Darrah at Triangle Road. 

Cause: Under Investigation 

Cooperating Agencies: CALFIRE, US Forest Service, Mariposa County 

Total Fire Personnel: 700+ 

Total Fire Engines: 143 
Total Fire crews: 11 
Total Helicopters: 2 
Total Dozers: 21 
Total Water Tenders: 4


 

Updated at 5:50 P.M. EMERGENCY EVACUATION ORDERED:

 

Darrah Road north of Valley View; ALL of Lushmeadows; down Triangle to Triangle Park.
Please call (209) 966-1133 for recorded information; Call Center at (209) 966-4784

 


 

Fire Update 17:40- Fire IC has issued an Evacuation Order for the following areas:

  • Lushmeadows Subdivision
  • Triangle Rd- from Darrah Rd to East Westfall both north and south sides.
  • Darrah Rd from Triangle to Valley View & Deer Springs including Nickel Plate Rd
Red Cross Shelters are set up at the Mariposa Elementary School located at 5044 Jones Street.
Animals and livestock are being accepted at the Mariposa County Fair Grounds. 
Road Closures will continue at Buckingham Mountain Road, Carter Rd, Jerseydale Rd and Darrah to East Westfall. Triangle from Hwy 140 to Darrah Rd is open to residence only.

 


 

Update from Sheriff Binnewies:

June 17, 2013  1630 PM UPDATE

The following is updated information regarding the Carstens Fire in Mariposa County. This message was recorded June 17 at 3 PM.

THE LUSHMEADOWS SUBDIVISION HAS NOT BEEN EVACUATED

NO STRUCTURES HAVE BEEN LOST

NO MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDERS HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR AREAS SOUTH OF TRIANGLE RD.

Lushmeadows is on a PREEVACUATION ADVISORY ONLY

If, in the event an evacuation order becomes necessary, you will be contacted by Law Enforcement personnel.

AS OF 6/16 the Jerseydale area there were 154 residences evacuated / approx. 400 people moved from area.

The 6/16 – 6/17 night time evacuation  of Triangle Road north / north east from s/r 140 to Darrah produced 296 evacuation  notices.

Numerous small and large animals moved to Fairgrounds which includes; 26 horses, 16 sheep, 4 goats, one rabbit and chickens.  21 dogs and 10 cats are being kenneled at the ACO facility.

Road Closures: Jerseydale Road and all in that community are closed due to evacuation

Carter Road is closed due to evacuation

Buckingham Road is closed due to evacuation

Carstens Road is closed; allowing emergency and residents only

Today 40 mutual aid Law Enforcement Officers are assisting the Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office with security and services to the affected fire areas.  They are working in partnership with sheriff’s deputies to ensure public safety.

Please refrain from traveling Triangle Road in the area between S/R 140 and Darrah Road if at all possible.  This is to allow public safety the safest possible environment to work in.

If, in the event an evacuation order becomes necessary, you will be contacted by Law Enforcement personnel.

An evacuation center has been established at the Mariposa Elementary School located at 5044 Jones Street in Mariposa. Domestic animals are allowed at this shelter.

The Mariposa County Fairgrounds Animal Shelter for large animals and livestock has also been opened.

A Health Alert has also been issued regarding the expectation of increased smoke and ash.

  • Everyone, but especially people with heart or lung disease (including asthma) older adults and children should limit time spent outdoors and limit prolonged or heavy exertion and exercise when smoke is present.

This Health Alert is in effect until revised as conditions warrant.

Carstens Fire Information Line is 209-966-4784.

For ongoing updates and information, you may call 966-1133 or 888-966-1133 or visit the Mariposa County Website at www.mariposacounty.org.

This message will be updated as information changes.

This message will repeat once.

Doug Binnewies, Sheriff-Coroner

Mariposa County, CA

 


 

Fire has jumped Buckingham Mtn., (See picture)
 


 

1:05 P.M. Update from Sheriff Binnewies:

Status quo. Lush Meadows is continuing on an evacuation advisory only. The fire is dicey. I don't expect evacuated residents allowed to re-enter anytime today. 

Doug Binnewies, Sheriff-Coroner
Mariposa County, CA

 



Need To Evacuate Your 'Domestic Animals'?

The evacuation center set up at Mariposa Elementary School (5044 Jones Street) is now allowing domestic animals in room 22.

 


Up-Date: 10:25 A.M. CalFire Update

The Carstens Fire is at an Estimated Containment of 900 acres and is 15% contained.

There are approx. 150 residents (structures) threatened. 

Evacuations for Hites Cove, Jerseydale, Clarks Valley, Triangle Rd. and Scott Rd. 

Road Closures: Hwy 140 at Triangle Road, Carlton at Triangle Road, Silva at Triangle Road and Darrah at Triangle Road. Cause of the fire is under investigation at this time.

Cooperating Agencies: CALFIRE, US Forest Service and Mariposa County

Total Fire Personnel: 700+

Total Fire Engines: 143

Total Fire crews: 11

Total Helicopters: 2

Total Dozers: 21

Total Water Tenders: 4





Up-Date: 8:35 A.M. Law Enforcement Presence in Mariposa County

The Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office is being assisted by other law enforcement agencies from the Region.  These officers are from several California counties such as Kings, Tulare, Fresno, Madera, Merced and cities within.  These officers are assisting in providing securing and services to the affected fire area, especially in the immediate evacuation areas.  If you see unfamiliar law enforcement personnel and vehicles rest assured that they are present to assist and serve those affected by the fire.  Mariposa County Sheriff’s Deputies are assigned with these officers and are in constant communication if needed. 
Source: MCSD



4:30 A.M. National Interagency Coordination Center Incident Management Situation Report

Carstens, Merced-Mariposa Unit, Cal Fire. IMT 2 (Cooper). Six miles northwest of Mariposa, CA. Timber. Active fire behavior with spotting and torching. Numerous residences threatened. Evacuations in effect. 800 Acres, 293 personnel,  0% containment, Estimated containment June 20, 2013



Mariposa County Sheriff Issues Carstens Fire Evacuation Advisory Notice For Lushmeadows

This is a message from the Mariposa County Sheriffs Office, utilizing the CodeRed Emergency Notification System. Due to the unpredictability of the Carstens fire, today, June 17th at 12:15 a.m., CalFire has initiated an evacuation advisory notice for residents of the Lushmeadows Subdivision. Again, this is a Evacuation Advisory "ONLY"...



Mariposa County Health Alert Issued

A Health Alert has been issued regarding the expectation of increased smoke and ash. Smoke density may become great enough from the Carstens Fire to constitute a health threat for susceptible people. Everyone, but especially people with heart or lung disease (including asthma) older adults and children.



Mariposa County Sheriff Issues CarstensFire Evacuation Order

2nd Evacuation Order of the Day. This is a message from the Mariposa County Sheriffs Office, utilizing the CodeRed Emergency Notification System. This is an evacuation order, today, June 16th at 11:30 p.m., due to the unpredictability of the Carstens fire, CalFire has initiated an evacuation order for the residents on...



6-16-13 Up-date:
 11:35 P.M. Video Added 
Carstens Wildland Fire: 

Road Closures: Carter Rd., Jerseydale Rd., and Buckingham Mountain Rd. are closed to all eastbound traffic.
Evacuation station for animals and livestock is available at the Mariposa County Fairgrounds.
A pre-evacuation order has been issued by CalFire for residents on the North East side of Triangle road from HWY 140 extending to East Westfall. 
This is a pre-evacuation warning only, for residents to prepare in the event a mandated evacuation is issued by CalFire.
East of Hwy 140 in the Midpines area is now at 1,000 acres. Evacuations for Jerseydale & Clarks Valley areas.
Evacuations called for Hites Cove, Jerseydale & Scott Rd.
Currently the Jerseydale area are under evacuation orders. Red Cross stations are being set up at MES, Mariposa Elementary School located at 5044 Jones street.
June 16, 2013 Fire in Mariposa County (New Photos added)
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Mariposa SPCA was OPEN as of 7 p.m. (6-16-13) to receive animals in need of shelter from the fire. We also have transport carriers for dog and cats if you need them. 
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