A wind-whipped fire is burning in Santa Cruz County and evacuations have been ordered for the Aptos Hills and Larkin Valley. A wildfire in northern San Diego County has spread to nearly 1,300 acres, burning a total of 4,276 acres, and has forced evacuations, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CDFPG). A wind-fueled fire has burned more than 2,000 acres in the San Joaquin Valley and prompted a mandatory evacuation. The wildfire in northern SanDiego County is growing and growing by nearly 1,300 acres, burning four times as many acres as the previous day, the county's latest report said, and has led to mandatory evacuations.
The fire at the SCU lightning facility had grown to 102,000 acres by 7 p.m. Wednesday, Cal Fire said. The fire is about 50 miles or more away, officials with the Cal Fire and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said late Wednesday morning.
Cal Fire reported the fire was burning in rough terrain and was exacerbated by extreme temperatures and low relative humidity. The Deer Zone Fire consists of four fires in Contra Costa County and consists of two zones: the Canyon Zone and the Calaveras Zone. The Canyon Zone is the largest and most active fire in the San Francisco Bay Area and includes the Santa Clara Valley, San Mateo County and Santa Cruz County. It is connected by the Golden Gate Bridge, Interstate 580, Highway 101 and Interstate 880 and includes parts of San Jose, Alameda, Sonoma, Santa Rosa and Marin counties, as well as a portion of the Marin County Line.
No buildings were destroyed, but a Cal fire station was threatened by the flames, the Marin County Sheriff's Office said on its website.
The fire also caused a vehicle parked near the new wildfire to burn in San Dimas, California. The Panther fire, which was burning on the south side of Marsh Creek in Marin County north of Marin City, was 98% contained Tuesday night, Cal Fire said. Firefighters said the fire had burned 850 hectares under the name of the Marsh Creek Complex Fire and was 0% contained. It threatened 1,403 structures and covered 5% of the buildings, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
More than 300,000 acres have burned at the SCU Lightning Complex, which is made up of about 20 fires in Marin and Sonoma counties, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. About 20 of those fires have scorched an area of 350,000 hectares, according to the fire department, and one is still under investigation.
Owner Cressman said they are rebuilding their home, which was destroyed by the Creek fire, as well as several other homes in the area, including an apartment building.
Stay up to date as Cal Fire firefighters work to contain the flames, view a wildfire map, get damage reports and more. For more information on major wildfires in the Bay Area, see the breakdown above. Stay up to date with the Milpitas California Fire's damage map and damage report as it moves from one area to another, as well as other areas in the state as they work to contain it. We will be kept informed of any new information about it, as we see it on our forest fire maps, as we have seen it in our forest fire maps, and as we receive damage reports and more from the fire.
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Amid a California wildfire, Sutter Health has opened a new emergency room at Milpitas Medical Center. In total, 12 wildfires have burned in California, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), and Sutter Health opened in response to one in San Jose and one in Santa Clara County, California. In total, 12 wildfires have broken out in California, according to the Cal Fire website, with the total number of fires totaling 12,000 acres.
The governor's office said the state has secured federal Emergency Management Agency funds to help fight several fires, including one in Santa Clara County and two in San Jose County. California has opened a new emergency room at Milpitas Medical Center in response to one of the wildfires, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE). The state has secured funding from the U.S. Centers for Disaster Management to fight "several fires," including a wildfire in San Mateo County, California, and a fire in San Francisco Bay, the governor's office said. The state has secured federal emergency management funding from the disaster management organization USAC to fight "several wildfires" in California, including a wildfire in Cal Fire, a fire in Southern California and the Bay of Los Angeles and a fire in Northern California.