The Brannan Island fire in Sacramento County burns 42 degrees

Firefighters are still extinguishing the blaze after a fire destroyed more than 40 homes and RVs in the Sacramento County delta area. The fire is still threatening 20 homes today, according to Delta River Fire Chief Hugh Henderson. has pipes out, trying to control the flames before the wind blows them forward. “Unfortunately, the winds are back and there are a lot of hot spots. In fact, there is only one,” said Kevin Baker, pointing to a nearby area. his home. “It looks like jewelry there.” His home is south of Rancho Marina RV Park located on Brannan Island Road near Highway 12 which went up in flames yesterday. “It’s tragic, devastating, unexpected,” said Judy Vandeventer, who lives nearby. Phillips and many of his neighbors. “We already had people running in the back to help because it was a group of older people here. So, everyone was trying to make sure everyone was coming out. Calling, ‘Hey, did you see this. Man?” The staff said everyone came out well, but a fire destroyed 25 homes, 16 RVs and a park, according to Sacramento County spokeswoman Janna Haynes. “I don’t know what to feel,” said Krystina Phillips, who lost her home in the blaze. “So many people have lost everything and are your friends. They are your neighbors.” Haynes said the fire was about 40 acres and that it was 60%. Crews expect to be on fire sometime tonight if the conditions are good ‘It just happened so quickly’: Many delta residents lose their homes in the Isleton mobile home park fire Equipped with vessels, it does not allow the flames to spread outside the area, but the extreme nature of wildfires in recent years has proven impossible. There are currently 60 firefighters still fighting the fire and maintaining threatened conditions. The cause of the fire is still being investigated. All other evacuation orders were lifted Tuesday at 8 am Haynes said the Red Cross had created a workplace at Isleton Elementary School at 412 Union St. in Isleton for those affected. Community members at Lighthouse Sports Bar and Island Pizza are also inviting people left by the fire to stop if they need food or clothing.

Firefighters are still setting fire to the area after the fire destroyed more than 40 mobile homes and RVs in the Sacramento County delta area.

The blaze is still threatening 20 homes today, according to River Delta Fire Assistant Hugh Henderson.

Firefighters and even the landlord had pipes outside, trying to control the flames before the wind could carry them forward.

“Unfortunately, the winds are back and there are a lot of hot spots. In fact, there is only one,” said Kevin Baker, pointing to the area near his home. “That looks a little sketchy right there.”

His house south of Rancho Marina RV Park is on Brannan Island Road near Highway 12 which caught fire yesterday.

“It’s sad, devastating, and unexpected,” said Judy Vandeventer, who lives nearby.

She and her husband saw the fire come out after it left the field at about 4 p.m.

“The wind just picked it up, and it spread like wildfire,” Vandeventer said.

It was an immediate departure from Anthony Phillips and many of his neighbors.

“We had people running in the back to help because it was a group of adults in here. So, everyone was trying to make sure everyone was getting out. Calling, ‘Hey, have you seen this person?’ Phillips explained.

Officials said everyone did well, but a fire destroyed 25 homes, 16 RVs and a park building, according to Sacramento County spokeswoman Janna Haynes.

“I don’t know what to feel,” said Krystina Phillips, who lost her home in the blaze. “A lot of people have lost everything and are your friends. They are your neighbors.”

Haynes said the fire has burned up to 40 acres and is 60% contained. Workers expect to have a full fire sometime tonight if the conditions are good.

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Fires are available in full or a full line of equipment, whether man-made or natural, when parked around a wildfire ridge. Equipped with vessels, it does not allow the flames to spread out outside the area, but the extreme nature of wildfires over the years has proven impossible.

There are currently 60 firefighters still fighting the fire and maintaining threatened conditions. The cause of the fire is still being investigated.

Exit orders are working for people at Rancho Marina, Haynes said. Other exit orders were lifted Tuesday at 8 am

Haynes said the Red Cross created a workplace at Isleton Elementary School at 140 Union St. in Isleton for those who have fallen.

Community members at Lighthouse Sports Bar and Island Pizza are also inviting people left by the fire to stop if they need food or clothing.

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