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All evacuation orders and road closures were lifted after firefighters halted the forward progress of a fire that started Tuesday afternoon near the Cedar Grove community, about 5 miles from the town of Camino in El Dorado County. has stopped, it means that the crew has stopped the fire from spreading in a certain direction(s). Evacuation orders were lifted Tuesday night, according to provincial officials, but for some living in the area, the fire was an unpleasant reminder of past experiences. “You just start going,” Oh please. Not again. Not this year,” said a woman who lives in Camino. She shared that she was evacuated during the Caldor Fire last year and that Tuesday’s fire brought back memories of those terrifying weeks. “This was actually closer than last year’s fire, she said. “It was scary. Everyone on the street was talking about getting our things together to leave.” All evacuation orders, warnings, fire advisories and evacuation centers have been lifted or deactivated. Cal Fire, the state firefighting agency, said the cable fire was reported shortly before 4:40 PM. near Cable and Badger Hill roads. The fire spread quickly. At least 20 acres had burned down by 6:30 p.m., Cal Fire said. The fire has also been contained 5%. Containment is not a measure of how much of the fire is extinguished, but rather a measure of how much of a perimeter has been established to prevent the fire from spreading.It is not likely that fire will spread beyond a containment line, but the extreme fire behavior of recent years has shown that it is possible. firefighter was injured in the blaze, but Cal Fire declined to comment on the details of that injury.

All evacuation orders and road closures were lifted after firefighters halted the forward progress of a fire that started Tuesday afternoon near the community of Cedar Grove, about 5 miles from the town of Camino in El Dorado County.

When fire departments say progress has stopped, it means the crews have prevented the fire from spreading in a certain direction(s).

As of Tuesday evening, evacuation orders had been lifted, according to provincial officials, but for some living in the area, the fire was an unpleasant reminder of past experiences.

“You just start going, ‘Oh please. Not again. Not this year,” said a woman who lives in Camino.

She said she was evacuated during the Caldor Fire last year and that Tuesday’s fire brought back memories of those terrifying weeks.

“This was actually closer than last year’s fire,” she said. “It was scary. Everyone on the street was talking about getting our things together to leave.”

All evacuation orders, warnings, fire advisories and evacuation centers have been lifted or deactivated.

Cal Fire, the state’s firefighting agency, said the cable fire was reported near Cable and Badger Hill roads just before 4:40 p.m. The fire spread quickly.

At least 20 acres were burned as of 6:30 p.m., Cal Fire said. The fire has also been contained for 5%.

Containment is not a measure of how much of the fire has been put out, but rather a measure of how much of a perimeter has been established to keep the fire from spreading. Fire is unlikely to spread beyond a containment line, but the extreme fire behavior of recent years has shown that it is possible.

A firefighter was injured in the blaze, but Cal Fire declined to comment on the details of that injury.

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