LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – The Lockwood Valley Fire 2012 (map below) is expanding in the Los Padres National Forest today. The Lockwood Valley Fire erupted roughly sixty minutes ago, nearly Interstate 5, entering Southern California’s Castiac region. Officials tell news that at least twenty acres have burned in the fast moving fire.
Officials report to news that the fire erupted shortly after 11 am. No structural damage has yet to be reported. Residents are indicating that the fire can been seen miles away. No incident commander has yet to be announced to news.
The Lockwood Valley Fire erupted in the 13200 Boy Scout Camp Rd. in Ventura County today. Officials tell news that eighteen teams are on the scene.
The fire is being advanced by high temperatures exceeding ninety degrees and low humidity. Winds are currently not a factor. No repotrs of evacuations have yet to be issued by officials to news.
Mapping reveals the fire is northeast of Ojai and Fillmore. It’s situated west of Interstate 5, southeast of Highway 33 / 166, and northwest of Santa Barbara.