LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – The Idyllwild Fire Map 2013 grew Saturday as a new evacuation order was issued by officials. The Idyllwild Fire fight has now prompted Trails End to go onto evacuation this weekend, reps tell news.
The Idyllwild Fire Map 2013 grew steadily last night. Officials in their latest news status update today July 20, 2013 report that the Idyllwild Fire is now at twenty-seven thousand acres. The fire is still growing consistently approximately three thousand acres per day. The fire however has not make the type of growth that residents saw days ago when it leaped over then thousand acres in 24 hours.
The Incident Commander tell news today, however, that new orders are in place. “The Trails End Community at the very top of Morris Ranch Road is under an Evacuation Notice”, reps said in a news statement Saturday. Some campgrounds and trail closures were modified today as well.
Trails connected to the Pacific Crest Trail, the South Ridge Trail, Carumba Trail, Spitler Peak Trail, Fobes Trail, and Cedar Springs are all closed Saturday as well. “The Pacific Crest Trail is now closed from Highway 74 (mile 152) to Strawberry Junction (mile 183) near the San Jacinto State Park boundary”, reps tell news.
“All Forest Service Campgrounds located along Highway 243 are closed, The San Jacinto State Park is closed, and the San Jacinto Wilderness is closed”, reps added. “Hurkey Creek County Campground, and all hiking and mountain biking trails out of Hurkey Creek and May Valley are closed.” For the latest updates and fire map, click HERE and HERE. For more on the Mountain Fire, click HERE.
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