Evacuation issued throughout vegetation hearth in Nevada County

At least one home was destroyed in the so-called Still Fire that forced a mandatory evacuation in Nevada County on Saturday, authorities said. Video player above: Headlines from August 27, 2022 CalFire crews respond to a burning fire in the Wolf Road area of ​​Still Road, state fire services said on social media. It’s across Highway 49 from Lake of the Pines and burns about 15 miles south of Grass Valley. The fire had scorched about 40 hectares by 3.30pm, authorities said. CalFire says the fire stays within the barrier as they work to create a barrier to prevent the fire from spreading. It’s 20% contained. The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office said two zones were under mandatory evacuation. That includes NCO-E397 and NCO-E161. When an evacuation order is issued, it means that there is an immediate threat to livelihoods. Evacuation is mandatory in that case. See all evacuation orders and warnings below. Application users, click here. The temporary evacuation point is located at Bear River High School at 22453 West Hacienda Drive, Grass Valley. The animal evacuation site is located at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. | RELATED | The source of the 2022 Northern California wildfires: Where to find county evacuation info, maps, warnings, and more It’s unclear how the fires started. KCRA Fire Threat Index The KCRA 3 weather team has developed a new tool that the team will use to keep you informed when fire conditions change. This is called the Fire Threat Index. This will give you an idea of ​​the fire risk on any given day in the various areas of our coverage area so you can plan ahead. For the Foothills, the Fire Threat Index is moderate on Saturday.| MORE LIKE THIS | California Wildfire Preparedness Guide 2022: What to know and how to stay safe This is an evolving story. Stick with KCRA 3 for the latest. This is where you can download our app.

At least one home was destroyed in the so-called Still Fire that forced a mandatory evacuation in Nevada County on Saturday, authorities said.

  • Video player above: Top News from 27 August 2022

CalFire crews responded to a blazing fire in the Wolf Road area of ​​Still Road, the state fire agency said on social media. It’s across Highway 49 from Lake of the Pines and burns about 15 miles south of Grass Valley.

The fire had scorched about 40 hectares by 3.30pm, authorities said. CalFire says the fire stays within the barrier as they work to create a barrier to prevent the fire from spreading. It’s 20%.

The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office said two zones were under mandatory evacuation. That includes NCO-E397 and NCO-E161. When an evacuation order is issued, it means that there is an immediate threat to livelihoods. Evacuation is mandatory in that case.

The temporary evacuation point is located at Bear River High School at 22453 West Hacienda Drive, Grass Valley. The animal evacuation site is located at the Nevada County Fairgrounds.

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It is not clear how the fire started.

KCRA Fire Threat Index

The KCRA 3 weather team has develop new tools the team will use to keep you informed as fire conditions change. This is called the Fire Threat Index. This will give you an idea of ​​the fire risk on any given day in the various areas of our coverage area so you can plan ahead.

For the Foothills, the Fire Threat Index is moderate on Saturday.

| MORE LIKE THIS | California Wildfire Preparedness Guide 2022: What to know and how to stay safe

This is a developing story. Stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

This is where you can download our app.

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