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Crews halt spread of flames near Vacaville

The evacuation order from Buena Vista has been restored to a warning and the Buena Vista line has been reopened, according to Solano district officials, following the fire. The Timm fire burned about 26 acres around 8:00 pm near Area 4400 of Buena Vista Lane. and Timm Road, Cal Fire, the state fire department, made the announcement late on Thursday. Firefighters were in the area monitoring the area. The authority has reduced the number of acres, officials said, after assessing an official area. When firefighters say they have stopped the spread of the fire, it means they have stopped the spread of the fire in a very special way. At 3:45 p.m., the Solano District Emergency Management Office said the evacuation order was in Buena Vista. Lane, which is also closed for traffic. All previous migration orders are reduced to a migration warning. With evacuation warnings, you do not need to leave your home, but you are strongly encouraged to be prepared to do so for a short time in case of a dangerous wildfire. When an evacuation order is issued, it means there is an immediate threat to life. Withdrawal is mandatory in this case. Cal Fire said by 8 p.m. that Timm Fire contained 80%. The content is not a measure of how much fire has been extinguished but how much around the fire has been set up to prevent it from spreading. Instead, two other indicators act as the best measure of whether progress is being made on the power outage: if further progress is called for, or if the number of acres is being reduced or increased. it stopped growing completely. When workers carry fire, they set up fences, whether natural or man-made. When the fire is full, the hot spots in the rows can be for days, weeks or even months after the fire is controlled. Electricity has also been restored to many PG&E customers affected by the original. Following the migration: (App users click here for a map.) The 505 Highway was closed for a while but has since reopened, according to the California Highway Patrol. However, the road could be closed again, authorities said. About 1,339 people do not have access to electricity, according to the PG&E map. The cut-off is in the area affected by the Timm fire. PG&E estimates power return by 5pm Authorities are warning people to stay away from the area and allow emergency vehicles. The cause of the fire is unknown. Officials are monitoring the fire Timm: Solano District Office of the Emergency Management AgencyEvacuation MapCal Fire LNU | INTRODUCTION | 2022 Northern California Forest Resources: Where to get migration information from districts, maps, alerts and more How to reduce the risk of fires In the region, green fields turn brown as the grass dries up. Grass fires will be able to spread quickly in nature when a fire breaks out. Firefighters are urging people to be careful and make sure they have adequate protection around their property. People should refrain from using fire extinguishers at this time and make sure to remove any chains hanging from their vehicles.Cal Fire also suspends the fire permit for burning outside occupants from Monday, May 23. This applies Alpine, Amador, El Dorado, Sacramento and the District of San Joaquin. “We are experiencing a drought and a severe fire sooner than usual at this time of year,” said Cal Amrado-El Dorado’s Cal Fire department. “Although debris is useful for reducing burning vegetation, conditions in the Amador-El Dorado area have reached a point where burning debris poses an unacceptable risk of starting wildfires.” KCRA’s Threat IndexKCRA 3’s weather team has developed a new tool. the team will use them to notify you when fire conditions change. It’s called Threat Index. This will give you an idea of ​​the daily fire hazards in different parts of our region so that you can plan ahead. | LIKE THAT | 2022 California Wildlife Programs Guide: What to Know and How to Stay Safe Stay tuned to KCRA 3 news for the latest news on this upcoming article. Learn more about fire hazard indexing and more information to keep you safe. for your loved ones by watching the special “Wild Fire Programs.” Get the latest nightly updates on fire hazard forecast from Senior Climate Mark Finan on KCRA News at 11pm

The evacuation order from Buena Vista has been restored and the Buena Vista line has been reopened, Solano district officials said, following the fire.

Timm fire engulfed 26 acres around 8:00 pm near Buena Vista Lane 4400 and Timm Road, Cal Fire, the state fire department announced late Thursday. Firefighters were in the area monitoring the hot spots.

The commission has reduced the number of acres, officials said, after assessing an area of ​​authority.

When firefighters say they have stopped the spread of the fire, it means they have stopped the spread of the fire to another direction.

At 3:45 p.m., the Solano District Emergency Management Office said the evacuation order remained in Buena Vista Lane, which was also closed for traffic. All previous migration orders are reduced to a migration warning.

With evacuation warnings, you do not need to leave your home, but you are strongly encouraged to be prepared to do so for a short time in case of a dangerous wildfire. When an evacuation order is issued, it means there is an immediate threat to life. Withdrawal is mandatory in this case.

Cal Fire said by 8 p.m. that Timm Fire contained 80%. Content is not a measure of how much fire is extinguished either how much is around the fire set up to prevent it from spreading. Instead, two other indicators act as the best measure of if progress is being made on the power outage: if further progress is called for, or if the number of acres being burned is reduced or increased it stopped growing completely.

When workers carry fire, they set up fences, whether natural or man-made. When the fire is full, the hot spots in the rows can be for days, weeks or even months after the fire is controlled.

The fire was also restored many PG&E clients are beginning to make an impact.

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Highway 505 was closed for a short time but has since been reopened, according to the California Highway Authority. However, the road could be closed again, authorities said.

About 1,339 people do not have access to electricity, according to the PG&E map. The cut-off is in the area affected by the Timm fire. PG&E estimates fire recovery will return around 5 p.m.

Authorities are warning people to stay away from the area and allow ambulances to enter.

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The cause of the fire is unknown.

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Officials following the Timm fire:

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How to reduce the risk of fire

Across the region, the green fields turn brown as the grass dries up. Grass fires will be able to spread rapidly in nature when a fire breaks out.

Firefighters are urging people to be vigilant and make sure they have adequate protection around their property. People should avoid using fire extinguishers at this time and make sure to remove any chain hanging in their cars.

Cal Fire is also suspending permission for outdoor fires from Monday, May 23. This applies to Alpine, Amador, El Dorado, Sacramento and San Joaquin.

“We are experiencing a drought and a severe fire early than usual at this time of year,” said the Amador-El Dorado division of Cal Fire. “While the burning of debris is beneficial in reducing weeds, the situation in the Amador-El Dorado area has reached a point where burning debris poses an unacceptable risk of starting wildfires.”

KCRA Fire Threat Index

The KCRA 3 environment group has develop a new tool the team will use it to notify you when the fire conditions change. It’s called Threat Index. This will give you an idea of ​​the daily fire hazards in different parts of the coverage area so that you can plan ahead.

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Learn more about fire hazards and other information to keep you and your loved ones safe watch our special “Fire Ready”. Get the latest nightly updates on fire hazard forecast from Senior Climate Mark Finan on KCRA News at 11pm

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