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Creek Fire evening update 12/11/17

Incident: Creek Fire Wildfire
Released: 12/11/2017

Incident Update

Date: 12/11/2017 Time: 6:00 PM

Fire Information Line: 626-574-5208


Incident Start Date: 12/05/2017

Incident Start Time: 3:44 AM

Incident Type: Wildland Fire

Cause: Under Investigation

Incident Location: 4 miles East of Sylmar

Acreage: 15,619

Containment: 98%

Expected Containment: 12/11/2017

Injuries: 3

Structures Threatened: 2,500

Residence Destroyed: 60

Other Structures Destroyed: 63

Residence Damaged: 55

Other Structures Damaged: 26


Engines: 40

Water Tenders: 2

Helicopters: 2

Air Tankers:

Hand Crews: 5

Dozers: 6


Total Personnel: 330

Unified Command with: Los Angeles Fire, Los Angeles County Fire, Angeles National Forest

Cooperating Agencies: Los Angeles County Sheriff, Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles School Police, California Highway Patrol, City of Los Angeles, California Conversation Corps, Cal Trans, Los Angeles County Public Health, Los Angeles County Public Works, Southern California Edison, Los Angeles City Park Rangers, Red Cross, Los Angeles County Animal Control, Los Angeles City Animal Services,




Santa Ana winds will continue through the mid-week. There is a Red Flag warning that has been extended through 8:00 PM Wednesday.

Crews continue to patrol, mop-up and improve containment lines. Please use caution when driving in and around the area.

The Fire Danger Level on the Angeles National Forest is EXTREME. Fire restrictions are now in effect throughout the Forest to include: NO CAMPFIRES, NO OPEN FLAME, NO BBQ’s or GRILLING. Further restrictions could include restricted use of recreation areas.

"Know Before You Go" Find out about local conditions at your destination prior to leaving by visiting the website at

Unit Information

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U.S. Forest Service
701 North Santa Anita Avenue Arcadia California 91006
Arcadia, CA 91006

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