Panorama Fire Now 100% Contained

Crestline, CA, July 11, 2012, 8:00am - Firefighters have declared the Panorama fire 100% contained at 6pm on July 10. The Panorama fire was reported shortly before 2pm on July 9 along the west side of State Highway 18 north of Old Waterman Canyon Road.  The fire quickly spread uphill towards Marshall Peak, swift and aggressive actions by firefighters held the fire to 75 acres. At the height of the firefight, 263 firefighters worked together suppressing the fire. While battling the blaze on July 9, four firefighters suffered heat-related injuries. The fire was managed under unified command with the San Bernardino City Fire Department. Fire investigators have not determined a cause for the fire and are seeking the public’s assistance. Anyone with any information is encouraged to call the San Bernardino City Fire Department at 384-5777.

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Crestline, CA, July 11, 2012, 8:00am - Firefighters have declared the Panorama fire 100% contained at 6pm on July 10. The Panorama fire was reported shortly before 2pm on July 9 along the west side of State Highway 18 north of Old Waterman Canyon Road.  The fire quickly spread uphill towards Marshall Peak, swift and aggressive actions by firefighters held the fire to 75 acres. At the height of the firefight, 263 firefighters worked together suppressing the fire. While battling the blaze on July 9, four firefighters suffered heat-related injuries. The fire was managed under unified command with the San Bernardino City Fire Department. Fire investigators have not determined a cause for the fire and are seeking the public’s assistance. Anyone with any information is encouraged to call the San Bernardino City Fire Department at 384-5777.

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