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SCM ALERT🚨
May 22 22: 07:31pm
[INCIDENT DISPATCH]
FU /UNKNOWN TYPE FIRE IN BIG BEAR LAKE - SOUTHSHORE PICNIC AREA / MILL CREEK RD & BIG BEAR BLVD BIG BEAR LAKE
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May 22 22: 06:38pm
Thats Scary.... Glad you are OK HoleInBow....

holeinbow
May 22 22: 05:57pm
Almost got in a head on with a code 3 sherriffs unit in MY lane. Little arctic circle. Then an a

SCM ALERT🚨
May 22 22: 05:50pm
[CHP DISPATCH] RUNNING SPRINGS - REPORTED FIRE HIGHWAY 330 / FREDALBA 5:45PM [6] NEGATIVE IN LANES - BEAT INFO
5:44PM [2] SAW SMOKE BEHIND PINE TREES UPDATES: [Click Here]

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May 22 22: 05:30pm
USFS: Wagon Train Fire UPDATE FINAL
The fire is now 100 percent contained. Due to more accurate mapping the acreage is determined to be 10 acres. [Click Here]

SCM ALERT🚨
May 22 22: 04:03pm
[UPDATE]
STRUCTURE FIRE in SUGARLOAF
LIGHT SMOKE IN RESIDENCE - BIG BEAR UNITS ON SCENE CAN HANDLE - CANCEL THE BALANCE OF THE RESPONSE
DETAILS: [Click Here]

SCM ALERT🚨
May 22 22: 04:01pm
[INCIDENT DISPATCH]
FS /STRUCTURE FIRE: RESIDENTIAL IN SUGARLOAF - LOS ANGELES AVE SUGARLOAF
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May 22 22: 03:49pm
USFS: WAGON TRAIN FIRE UPDATE —

Aerial resources and ground crews are making good progress. Fire is now 30 percent contained.

The cause is under investigation. [Click Here]

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May 22 22: 01:50pm
USFS: WAGON TRAIN FIRE UPDATE
Forward rate of spread has been stopped, and has held to 15 acres. Assisted by @SBCOUNTYFIRE @CALFIREBDU @RCFD_PIO

SCM ALERT🚨
May 22 22: 01:19pm
USFS: WAGON TRAIN — U.S. Forest Service firefighters are on scene of a vegetation fire in the Cleghorn area.
Approximately 15 acres with moderate rate of spread.

More detail will be forthcoming. [Click Here]

SCM ALERT🚨
May 22 22: 12:55pm
VEG FIRE CAJON PASS: LOCATION FROM AIR ATTACK
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SCM ALERT🚨
May 22 22: 12:32pm
[UPDATE]
VEGETATION FIRE in CAJON PASS
CONFIRMED Vegetation Fire In The Cajon Pass - Initial Size Up Is Around An Acre. Aircraft Complement Is Enroute And Should Be On Seen Shortly.
DETAILS: [Click Here]

Deborahavas
May 22 22: 10:29am
Thank you everyone for the Birthday Wishes.

SCM ALERT🚨
May 22 22: 05:00am
[ROAD ALERT]
Caltrans Work taking place today on SR18 and SR38 between the Big Bear Dam and Stanfield Cutoff. Work is taking place Fri-Sun (5/20 - 5/22) with varying hours.
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May 22 22: 12:03am
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