CZU Lightning Complex: Neighbors With Hoses Fight Fires as Crews Urge Them to StopWith California firefighters strapped for resources, residents have organized to put out flames themselves in a large swath of land burning south of San Francisco, defending their homes despite orders to evacuate and pleas by officials to get out of danger.
CZU Lightning Complex: At Least 527 Santa Cruz Structures Destroyed; Woman Found Dead Inside Felton Home; 'Significant Progress In Firefight'The CZU Lightning Complex fires grew to more than 80,000 acres by Wednesday morning in the thick forests of the Santa Cruz Mountains as Cal Fire officials reported 'significant progress' in slowing the advance of the flames that have destroyed at least 538 homes and structures in Santa Cruz County.
LNU Lightning Complex: National Guard Troops On The Way To Relieve Firefighters Battling Bay Area WildfiresReinforcements were on the way for exhausted firefighters in the Bay Area, just as an already devastating wildfire season threatens to get even worse.
Monterey County Crews Increase Containment On River, Carmel, Dolan FiresFire officials in Monterey County finally had good news to report Tuesday morning as containment on the River, Carmel and Dolan Fires continued to increase.
CZU Lightning Complex: Containment Raised To 19%; At Least 443 Structures DestroyedWhile a small army of firefighters braced for a shift in wind direction earlier Tuesday, crews continued to make progress battling the massive CZU Lightning Complex fires, limiting the growth of the destructive blazes stretching across two counties.
SCU Lightning Complex: Fire Now 2nd Largest In State History; Some Evacuations LiftedThe SCU Lightning Complex fires burning in several East Bay and Central Valley counties is now the second-largest fire in state history at 363,772 acres burned, moving ahead of the LNU Lightning Complex fires burning in the North Bay, according to Cal Fire.
SCU Lightning Complex Fire Burn Zones Map & Fast FactsThe SCU Lightning Complex started on Aug. 16 with multiple fires within the complex. These fires have since merged into two major fires and are broken into three zones: Canyon, Calaveras and Deer.
CZU Lightning Complex Fire Burn Zones Map & Fast FactsThe CZU August Lightning Complex fires began August 16 in southern San Mateo County and northern Santa Cruz County. Currently, most of the San Mateo County evacuation orders and warnings have been lifted.
LNU Lightning Complex Fire Burn Zones Map & Fast FactsThe LNU Lightning Complex is a series of lightning-caused fires that began August 17 and are spread across five counties.
LNU Lightning Complex: Walbridge Fire Leaves Behind Trail Of Destruction Near HealdsburgOn Monday afternoon, KPIX 5 cameras got a first-hand look at some of the homes that have been turned to rubble by the Walbridge Fire along Mill Creek Road near Healdsburg.
CZU Lighting Complex: Fire Victim Died Trying To Flee Flames, 6 Rescued; Weather Helps FirefightersA 70-year-old man found dead near the coastal community of Davenport likely was killed while trying to escape the advancing CZU Complex fire, while six others were rescued after they became trapped by flames while trying to return to their evacuated homes, officials said Monday during an update on the battle with the massive wildfire.
CZU Lightning Complex: Body Found; Looter Steals Fire Commander's Wallet, Drains Bank Account; 77,000 People EvacuatedThe Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office announced Sunday that a person has died in the CZU Lightning Complex Fire that had grown to 74,000 acres and has forced 77,000 local residents from their homes.
SCU / CZU Lightning Complex Wildfires Burn Zones Map & Fast FactsThe CZU and SCU Lightning Complex fires have burned a combined 425,000 acres across seven Bay Area counties as of Monday afternoon, Aug. 24.
LNU Lightning Complex Wildfires: Burn Zones Map & Fast FactsThe LNU Lightning Complex in the North Bay has burned more than 352,000 acres as of Aug. 25.
LNU Lightning Complex: Shifting Wind Pushes Walbridge Fire Toward North Bay CommunitiesUp and down the west side of Highway 101, Saturday was another day for residents to follow the expanding evacuation zones as shifting winds pushed the Walbridge Fire toward Healdsburg and Geyserville.