Incident Name: Stallion SpringsIncident
Incident Time:

03:02:00 p.m.

Incident Date: 11-11-2018
Incident Type: Wildland Fire
Agencies Assigned. 

KCFD Engines 16, 318; Patrols 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 41, 52, 53, 54, 66; Water Tender 11; Battalions 1, 4, 5; Safety Officer 3; Helicopter 407; A-Unit 3

Cal City Patrol 19; CCI Engine 916; Cal Fire AA 410; Tanker 74

Cause: Under Investigation
Injuries: None
Total Personnel: 106

Stallion Springs, CA

At 3:02 p.m., Kern County Fire Department Emergency Dispatchers started receiving the first, of nearly two dozen calls, for smoke and flames on the hillside near High Gun Drive. First arriving firefighters found a fire approximately 3 acres in size. Due to access issues, additional off-road capable Patrols were requested to support fire suppression efforts. Favorable weather conditions, combined with an aggressive attack by ground and air resources, kept the fire to 4.4 acres. Kern County’s Rio Bravo- Crew 7 remained on seen through the night to strengthen containment lines and mop up hot spots. The cause of this fire is under investigation. There were no injuries reported by civilians or firefighters. The Kern County Fire Department reminds our customers that working smoke detectors are essential to the safety of you and your family

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Assisting Agencies: KCSO, Stallion Springs Community Service District, Cal City Fire Department, California Correctional Institute, CalFire 

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