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Rabbit Fire burns 7,600 acres of brush evacuation orders in place

Rabbit Fire burns 7,600 acres of brush evacuation orders in place

CAL FIRE/Riverside County Firefighters are on scene of a vegetation fire burning near the intersection of Alessandro Blvd and Jack Rabbit Trail, in the community of Lakeview. The fire was initially reported as 20 acres and burning with a rapid rate of spread. The fire is currently mapped at 7600 acres and 5% contained. A road closure is in place on Gilman Springs from Alessandro Blvd to Highway 79 and Bridge Street from Gilman Springs Rd to Ramona Expy. More information will be posted as it becomes available.

Situation Summary

Road closures remain in place

Evacuation Zone Map

Find your way to safety from the Rabbit Fire in Riverside counties.

INCIDENT INFORMATION

Resources Assigned

Firefighters: 315

Helicopters: 4

Engine Companies: 40

Air Tankers: 5

Overhead Personnel: 15

Fire Crews: 12

Air Attack: Yes

EMD: Yes

Law Enforcement: Yes

Ambulance Ground: 0

Ambulance Air: 0

Truck Companies: 0

Water Tenders: 10

RVC Medic: 0

Utilities: No

American Red Cross: No

Fire Investigator: Yes

Public Information Officer: Yes

Displaced Persons: No

Specialized Equipment:

Cooperating Agencies

BDU/CAL FIRE, CAL FIRE/Riverside, Soboba Fire Department

Incident Name: Rabbit

Incident Address: Near the Intersection of Alessandro Blvd and Jack Rabbit Trail, in Lakeview (East of Moreno Valley)

Community: Lakeview

Loss: 0

Saved: 0

Cause: Under Investigation

Incident Type: Vegetation Fire

Incident Number: CA-RRU-102458

Date/Time Reported: 7/14/2023 3:26:00 PM

Est. Containment Date/Time:

Est. Control Date/Time:

Evacuations: Yes

Evacuation Comments:

07/15/23 UPDATE 4:00 PM: Evacuation Warning Area Expanded: North of East 1st Street East of Jack Rabbit Trail South of West 4th Street West of California Avenue

East of Manzanita Park Road West of Highland Springs Road South of East 1st Street North of Forest Boundary Line.

7/15/23 UPDATE 3:35 PM – Two previous Evacuation Warning Zones are now under an Evacuation Order.

North and West of Highway 79 (Lambs Canyon), East of California Avenue and South of First Street.

North of County Landfill (Lamb Canyon Road), East of Highway 79 (Lambs Canyon), South of E. First Street and West of Manzanita Park Road.

Follow this link to search if you are in an affected area: http://linktr.ee/calfirerru


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