The army of firefighters continued to fight the suspicious 1,325-acre brush fire at Pacific Palisades on Monday as evacuation orders affecting about 1,000 people remained in effect.
According to the Los Angeles Fire Department and the county fire, there was no containment of the Palisade fire as of Sunday. A progress update for the flame was scheduled for Monday at 10am.
As of the beginning of Monday, there was no damage to the structure and no injuries were reported.
LAFD investigator Arson and the Los Angeles Police Department detained the two in connection with the fire. One was cross-examined and released on Saturday night, and authorities were interviewing a second person on Sunday, according to the fire brigade commander. The status of the arson investigation was not available at the beginning of Monday.
A new evacuation warning was issued at 2:00 pm on Sunday for all homes in 1500 blocks north of Chastain Parkway to Carre del Cielo. The warning area includes all homes up to Carre des Sara, Carreber Vista, and the west hills of Carle del Cielo and Avenue Ashley.
Evacuation was ordered on Saturday in two areas of Los Angeles County, but not in the city, according to an LA County Fire Department official.
Zone 4 is east of Topanga Canyon Boulevard between the Community House and Viewridge Road, and Zone 6 is north of Entrada, south of Oakwood Drive, and east of the Henry Ridge Highway.
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According to the Los Angeles Unified School District, the Topanga Elementary School Charter School (22075 Topanga School Road) will be temporarily closed from Monday due to air quality and safety concerns from the Palisade fire.
According to Margaret Stewart of the Los Angeles Fire Department, cool and moist weather helped, but the terrain was rugged and difficult to reach on foot, and the vegetation in the area was very dry and burned for over 50 years. Is not …
Stewart added that the resources for the necessary structural defenses were in place.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department sent strike teams and camp crews into combat, and the helicopter dropped water drops until it “timed out” on Sunday night, dispatch supervisor Michael Pitman said.
According to LAFD spokesman Nicholas Prange, the fire broke out at a remote location away from Michael Lane and Palisades Court around 10 pm on Friday.
Meanwhile, air quality officials have extended smoke recommendations until at least Monday due to the large amount of smoke swirling near homes in the area, leaving windows and doors closed for those who see smoke odors and ash. I advised you to stay indoors and avoid intense physical activity. ..
Stewart said on Saturday that there were three burn areas: “main fire, original fire … and a small spot fire.” She said the terrain is very steep and very difficult to navigate.
“Bulldozers are working to improve the access of firefighters on the ground, but much of the area remains inaccessible. This is primarily aerial operation.”
The Los Angeles County Fire Department reported that the visibility of highly productive fixed-wing aircraft became too poor after the ocean layer was blown. Helicopters continued to make water droplets, and tankers had previously succeeded in dropping delay agents along the left side across the South Topanga Fire Road.
“State parks are closing trails in the area because they aren’t safe for hikers, but because of the vast area involved, we can’t wipe them all out,” Stewart said.
Topanga Canyon Boulevard was closed in both directions between Mulholland Drive and the Pacific Coast Highway due to firefighting activities until further notice. The southbound PCH right lane was also closed between Temescar Canyon Road and Chatakua Boulevard.
The LA County Fire Department was involved in unified command with the Los Angeles Fire Department and the California Fire Department, as the land under threat from the west is within the State Responsible Area.
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