UPDATE (7:15 p.m.) – CAL FIRE reports that a Cross Fire, that pennyless out Tuesday night nearby Camp Roberts burnt 289 acres and is NOW 90 percent contained.
UPDATE (3:44 p.m.) – CAL FIRE reports that a Cross Fire, that pennyless out Tuesday night nearby Camp Roberts burnt 275 acres and is 80 percent contained.
(8:02 a.m.) – Firefighters are stability work to enclose a weed glow that pennyless out nearby Camp Roberts Tuesday night.
As of early Wednesday morning, Cal Fire officials contend a glow had burnt 289 acres and crews had contained 30 percent of a bake area.
A new acreage guess is approaching after Wednesday after firefighters regulating GPS record to map a bake area.
Firefighters will concentration on improving containment lines and continue mop adult work via a day Wednesday, according to Cal Fire.
Fire officials advise fume will be manifest from Highway 101 nearby Camp Roberts.
The glow knocked out energy to nearby 150 residents in San Miguel overnight. PGE easy energy Wednesday morning.