The Grand Fire was first reported after noon on May 15 near Frazier Park, California. Littler to no fire behavior has been observed, however there are still isolated hot spots in the area requiring extinguishment and continued monitoring. Smoke coud be visible for the next serveral weeks. Demobilization will continue as needed through the remainder of the week. However several resources will stay on the incident thru Memorial Day weekend.
There are currently 56 personnel assigned to the fire, including 1 crews, 5 engines, 0 dozers, 1 water tenders and 6 overhead. One helicopter is providing air support.
Cooperating and assisting agencies include U.S. Forest Service, Ventura Co Fire, Kern Co Fire and California State Parks.
|Date of Origin||Wednesday May 15th, 2013 approx. 12:45 PM|
|Estimated Containment Date||Wednesday May 22nd, 2013 approx. 06:00 PM|
Chaparral, timber (litter and understory)
Little to no fire behavior has been observed, however there are still isolated hot spots in the area requiring extinguishment and continued monitoring. Smoke could be visible for the next several weeks.
All control lines held overnight. National Forest roads in the Frazier Mountain(8N04) area remain closed until 5/25/2013.
Demobilization will continue as needed throught the remainder of the week. However, several resources will stay on the incident thru Memorial Day weekend.
The following trails on the Mt. Pinos Ranger District and Hungry Valley State Park will be closed due to fire damage until further notice: Tejon, East Frazier, Arrastra, Whata, Long Dave, Gold Hill, Grassland, Sterling and Coyote.