|Angora Fire Incident Information:|
|Last Updated:||October 31, 2017 9:56 am||FINAL|
|Date/Time Started:||June 24, 2007 2:10 pm|
|Administrative Unit:||Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit|
|County:||El Dorado County|
|Location:||West of South Lake Tahoe|
|Acres Burned – Containment:||3,100 acres|
|Estimated – Containment:||100% contained – 3,100 acres
West of South Lake Tahoe.
|Structures Threatened:||No additional homes threatened at this time.|
|Structures Destroyed:||254 residence have been destroyed.|
|Evacuations:||All law enforcement restrictions have been lifted.
For more information on evacuations and re-entry call (530) 541-9205.
|Road Closures :||Full control expected on July 10, 2007 at 6:00 pm.|
|Cooperating Agencies:||All fire agencies within the Tahoe Basin, USFS, CAL FIRE, CHP, South Lake Tahoe Police Department, El Dorado County Sheriffs Office, Red Cross, Civil Air Patrol.|
|Total Fire Personnel:||260 (41 CAL FIRE)|
|Total Fire Engines:||13|
|Total Fire crews:||4|
|Total Water Tenders:||1|
|Costs to date:||$11.7 million|
|Incident Management Team:||Unified Command|
|Long/Lat:||Heavenly Valley Resort|
|Conditions:||All law enforcement restrictions have been lifted, including the limited re-entry of residence.|