Fire Near Lovers Leap Along HWY 108
Update at 4:15 p.m.: The Lover Fire that was burning in some grass along Highway 108 near Lovers Leap in the Knights Ferry has been contained at about an acre. CAL Fire spokesperson Lindy Shoff relays that several bee boxes were damaged in the fire, but there is no estimated damage amount at this time. Video of the bee boxes and fire are in the image box. Shoff adds that what ignited the fire is under investigation.
Update at 2:20 p.m.: CAL Fire spokesperson Lindy Shoff relays that crews have stopped the fire’s forward progress at about an acre. All resources have been called off the fire burning in some grass along Highway 108 near Lovers Leap in the Knights Ferry area except a small team. It will continue to work on full containment and then mopping up for the next several hours.
Original post at 1:20 p.m.: Knights Ferry, CA — Fire crews are on the scene of a vegetation fire near Knights Ferry along Highway 108.
CAL Fire spokesperson Lindy Shoff tells Clarke Broadcasting that the flames broke out in some grass and the fire is a quarter acre in size. Two engines are on the scene and more resources are heading to the area. We will have an update as soon as new information comes into the newsroom.