A set of fires in Plumas County has grown to about 900 acres with no established containment because it began Saturday morning.
The so-referred to as Minerva Hearth began as a posh of various blazes round 9 a.m. on the north aspect of East Claremont.
It grew to about 50-60 acres at round 1 p.m. on Saturday after winds helped push the hearth into the Mill Creek drainage space.
The Plumas County Sheriff’s Workplace has not issued any evacuation warning or orders as of 10 p.m. however asks close by residents to remain conscious.
No buildings are reported threatened as of eight:50 p.m., however further hearth assets have been despatched to Quincy for precaution.
No different particulars have been launched.
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