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    Prayers to those in the Pine Grove area

    With the Buttes fire knocking at the door of Pine Grove, Moke Hill and Roaring Camp at Clinton Bar, keep our friends safe. Roaring Camp is at the end of the now closed Clinton Bar Rd. Most of the area is without power, and mandatory evac notices are in place for many areas along the Moke.

    Keep our mining friends in the area out of harm's way and pray for a quick end to this wildfire.

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    Butte Fire Incident Information:
    Last Updated: September 11, 2015 8:45 pm
    Date/Time Started: September 9, 2015 2:26 pm
    Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Amador - El Dorado Unit
    County: Amador & Calaveras Counties
    Location: Butte Mountain Road, east of Jackson
    Acres Burned - Containment: 64,728 acres - 5% contained
    Structures Threatened: 6,400
    Structures Destroyed: 6 structures and 2 outbuildings destroyed
    Evacuations:

    Mandatory Evacuation Orders: (Calaveras County) Boston Yale Subdivision from East SR 26 to Ponderosa Way, Easy Bird Road, Sierra Lane, Thadeus Court, Center Street; SR 26 from Highway 49 to Railroad Flat to include all sides of the street; Jesus Maria from Hwy 26 to Railroad Flat to include all sides of the streets North of Jesus Maria and South to Doster Road/West Murray Creek Road and East of Hawver Road.

    (Amador County) Canyon View, Fig Tree Lane, and Ponderosa Way; The Town of Pine Grove to include all areas South of Highway 88 at Ranch Road and East of West Clinton and East Clinton Road.

    Evacuations Warnings: (Calaveras County) Mokelumne Hill (with the exception of Easy Bird Road, Sierra Lane, Thadeus Court, Center Street which are under a mandatory evacuation order)

    Evacuation CentersAmador) Jackson Rancheria Hotel in conjunction with Red Cross (Calaveras) San Andreas Town Hall and Calaveras County Fairgrounds in Angels Camp

    Large Animal/Pet Shelters: (Calaveras) Calaveras County Fairgrounds, contact TBD (Amador County) Amador County Fairgrounds, contact Kelly Reason 530-503-5233
    Cooperating Agencies: Jackson City, Sutter Creek, Amador Fire Protection District, Diamond Springs, USFS, CHP, Calaveras County Sheriff, BLM, PG&E, Calaveras PUD, OES, CDCR, Sutter Creek Fire Department, Sacramento Metro Fire, Sacramento City Fire, Folsom Fire, El Dorado County Fire, Cosumnes Fire
    Total Fire Personnel: 2,409
    Total Fire Engines: 246
    Total Fire crews: 63
    Total Airtankers: 8
    Total Helicopters: 17
    Total Dozers: 40
    Total Water Tenders: 40
    Long/Lat: -120.70418, 38.32974
    Conditions:

    Road ClosuresAmador County) Clinton Road at Butte Mountain Road (Both Ends) Butte Mountain Road Cutoff at Clinton Road. Amador Lane at Clinton Road, Electra at SR 49, Ponderosa Road at Tabeaud, Access to Lake Tabeaud is closed; Hwy 88 at W. Clinton Road, Hwy 88 at Irish Town Road, Hwy 88 at Tabeaud Road, Hwy 88 at Aqueduct Circle, Highway 88 at Mount Zion

    (Calaveras County) SR 26 and Hwy 49 at Mokelumne Hill East to Ridge Road, SR 26 and Ponderosa Road, SR 26 and Jesus Maria; SR 26 at Hwy 49, SR 26 at Lower Dorray Road.

    Fire behavior remained extreme throughout the day with rapid, uncontrolled fire growth to the south and east. Unfavorable weather coupled with fuel moistures at critical levels have resulted in explosive fire conditions. Mandatory evacuations continue to expand as the fire continues to grow. Residents are urged to stay vigilant due to current and expected fire conditions.

    Amador-El Dorado CAL FIRE is being assisted by the Sacramento Regional Type III Incident Management Team. A CAL FIRE incident management team has been ordered.
    Phone Numbers (530) 647-5218 (Fire Information Line)
    Phone Numbers (209) 754-5527 (Fire Information Line)

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    May God keep all firefighters, and homeowners safe. Amen.

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    retired bumb and part time Hobo

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    AHMEN!

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    4 new fires here and they all spread at record speed. DO NOT HESITATE-grab your goodies and book outta there asap. Horrendous fire season-John

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    Not to downplay or detract from the human safety element or loss of property...... but if your not in danger from the fire and are a member of the community it might be prudent to start getting together now and form a committee. A group that should they be needed can immediatly respond and act as a proactive loud voice should the Forest Service start closing any roads not related to the immediate fire area. If it's SPI land, there isn't much you can do since they own the land. Our big fire was twenty years ago and the SPI roads that were closed after the fire never have reopened. They won't wait until everyone is back on their feet and paying attention to post the closures. We all know that "temporary" is a relative term time wise. Take notes from the Rim Fire and others be ready and have your reps ready.
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