CalFire investigates cause of 15-acre fire in Ramona

Firefighters check for hot spots and investigate the cause of three brush fires off San Vicente Road near Bunnie King Lane on Wednesday evening. Sentinel photo/Nancy Stegon

Firefighters were checking for hot spots Thursday morning and investigating the cause of three brush fires off San Vicente Road near Bunnie King Lane that threatened several homes early Wednesday evening.

CalFire Battalion Chief Saul Villagomez with the Ramona Fire Department said there were four different fire starts and two burned into one. The two spot fires and larger brush fire started about 5:30 p.m. and were controlled about 8 p.m., burning approximately 15 acres, reported CalFire Battalion Chief Mike Mohler.

San Vicente Road was closed from Warnock Drive to Wildcat Canyon Road while firefighters fought

View of charred land from San Vicente Road. Sentinel photo/Nancy Stegon

the blaze with assistance from a helicopter that dropped water and an air tanker that dropped fire retardant.

Complete containment is expected Thursday afternoon

Firefighters on Thursday morning remain at the scene of a 15-acre brush fire off San Vicente Road on Wednesday evening. Sentinel photo/Nancy Stegon

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Posted by Maureen Robertson on May 26 2011. Filed under Featured Story, News, Ramona. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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