Smoke May Be Visible; Forest Service Resumes Pile Burning Near Angelus Oaks

Angelus Oaks, CA — Given favorable weather conditions, firefighters with the San Bernardino National Forest are once again working on hazardous fuels removal today. Debris piles are being burned in the Angelus Oaks area, off Highway 38 today, so there is the likelihood that smoke may be visible to the southeast of the Big Bear Valley, as well as for those on Highway 38 and even on Highway 18 in the Running Springs area. Firefighters will be on hand during the burning operations, which will only continue as weather and conditions permit. The hazardous fuels pile burning in the Angelus Oaks area is part of the ongoing community fire protection efforts by the U.S. Forest Service on the San Bernardino National Forest.

Angelus Oaks, CA — Given favorable weather conditions, firefighters with the San Bernardino National Forest are once again working on hazardous fuels removal today. Debris piles are being burned in the Angelus Oaks area, off Highway 38 today, so there is the likelihood that smoke may be visible to the southeast of the Big Bear Valley, as well as for those on Highway 38 and even on Highway 18 in the Running Springs area. Firefighters will be on hand during the burning operations, which will only continue as weather and conditions permit. The hazardous fuels pile burning in the Angelus Oaks area is part of the ongoing community fire protection efforts by the U.S. Forest Service on the San Bernardino National Forest.

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