Cleveland National Forest sends engines to wildfire in Angeles National Forest north of Glendora

Thursday, Jan. 16—Cleveland National Forest has sent seven engines — two single engines and a strike team of five engines and a strike team leader — to support the Colby fire that started on the Angeles National Forest at approximately 5:50 this morning.

The fire is burning near Morris Reservoir north of Glendora and as of 9 a.m. had charred 125 acres, according to Cal Fire.

The forest service may send additional personnel to the Colby Fire but said it will continue to maintain adequate coverage in the event that any fires occur on the forest. The Cleveland National Forest abuts the eastern edge of Ramona.

Related posts:

  1. Cleveland National Forest sets fire restrictions at ‘elevated’
  2. Public can learn about volunteer opportunities in national forest
  3. Utility to pay federal government $6.4 million for 2007 wildfire damages
  4. Forest service conducts controlled burn on side of Palomar Mountain
  5. Public can comment Tuesday in Ramona on plan to close more national forest to off-roaders

Short URL:

Posted by Maureen Robertson on Jan 16 2014. Filed under Backcountry, Featured Story, News, Ramona, Sheriff/Fire. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

1 Comment for “Cleveland National Forest sends engines to wildfire in Angeles National Forest north of Glendora”

  1. MainStreet Media

    You are correct. The fire is in the Angeles National Forest north of Glendora, according to fire officials. I'm changing the headline. Thank you.

Leave a Reply