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Thomas Fire News Release

NEW EVACUATIONS FOR SANTA BARBARA COUNTY AND THE CITY OF CARPINTERIA

Incident: Thomas Fire Wildfire
Released: 12/10/2017

EVACUATIONS FOR SANTA BARBARA COUNTY
AND THE CITY OF CARPINTERIA


A Mandatory Evacuation Order for the area from SR-192 north to E.Camino Cielo between Toro Canyon Rd and Linden Ave.

An Evacuation Warning for the area south of SR-192 to US-101 from Toro Canyon Rd to Linden Ave. For the area south of US-101 to the Pacific Ocean from Padaro Ln to Linden Ave. For the area from SR-192 north to E.Camino Cielo between Toro Canyon Rd and Ladera Ln.

A Mandatory Evacuation Order for the areas of Shepherd Mesa, Gobernador Canyon and Rincon Point.

An Evacuation Warning for the area from SR-192 south to the Pacific Ocean from Linden Avenue east to SR-150.

A complete list of evacuations and road closures may be found at:
www.CountyofSB.org or www.ReadyVenturaCounty.org


SAFETY MESSAGE- The public is reminded to stay vigilant on current fire conditions. Please continue to adhere to road closures and any evacuation orders. Please drive slowly and yield to emergency personnel in the area. As you re-enter your property, be aware hazardous conditions may exist.
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