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Containment Gained On Tulloch Fire

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Jamestown, CA – CAL Fire has gained 75-percent containment on the Tulloch Fire that ignited yesterday afternoon near the intersection of Tulloch Road and Highway 108 in Tuolumne County.

Air and ground resources responded and successfully stopped the forward rate of spread of the blaze. Crews will remain on scene today in hopes of gaining further containment. The cause of the fire is under investigation. No structures were damaged. Last night CAL Fire stated the size was 90 acres, but better mapping puts the size at 83 acres.

Click here to view a recap from yesterday.

Update: According to Tuolumne Calaveras CAL Fire Unit spokesperson Emily Kilgore in the December 2019 end of year report here “The Sept. 23, 80-acre Tulloch Fire was caused by a vehicle.”

  • Flying overhead the Tulloch Fire
  • Tulloch Fire Sept 23, 2019
  • Tulloch Fire Sept 23, 2019
  • Tulloch Fire Sept 23, 2019
  • Tulloch Fire Sept 23, 2019

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