Sunday, 14 April 2024

Small blaze near Hidden Valley Lake controlled

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A helicopter making a water drop on a hot spot in the Hartmann Incident. Photo by Rick Hamilton.

 

 

 

HIDDEN VALLEY LAKE – South Lake County Fire and Cal Fire quickly subdued a small grass fire that broke out near Hidden Valley Lake Wednesday afternoon.


The two-acre Hartmann Incident was located on the corner of Hartmann Road and Highway 29. Firefighters were dispatched at 1:38 p.m., said Cal Fire Capt. Paul Duncan.


At one point a lot of resources were assigned to the fire as part of Cal Fire's standard response, including one air attack, two tankers to drop retardant, one helicopter with eight personnel, six engines and two dozers. Duncan said a total of 28 personnel were on scene.


He said Cal Fire responded along with South Lake County Fire.


The fire, which was located in grass and brush, was completely out by 2 p.m., Duncan said.


No cause has been reported, Duncan said.


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A picture of the fire taken from the top of Powderhorn Road in Hidden Valley Lake. A helicopter is shown dumping water on the fire at the corner of Highway 29 and Hartmann Road. Photo by Tina Hopper.

 

 

 

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A Cal Fire plane overhead during the Hartmann Incident. Photo by Rick Hamilton.

 

 

 

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The Hartmann Incident, pictured from Coyle Springs Road. Photo by Eric Soderstrom.

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