Fire on Brannan Island in Sacramento County burns several buildings

Thirty homes were burned down Monday after a fire broke out in a marina in the Sacramento County’s Delta area, officials said. The fire broke out on Brannan Island south of Rio Vista on Highway 12. People who live in the area told KCRA 3 that there were at least a dozen RVs in which the fire was burning. Several buildings were damaged or completely destroyed by the fire. A spokesman for the fire said the fire burned at least 40 acres and was 30% contained. Evacuations were carried out in the Lighthouse Marina & Resort area. At least 20 buildings remained under threat, the spokesman said. Nobody was injured in the fire. A man who spoke to KCRA 3 said he came to the fire to check that his father’s house was intact, but it was also lost. The fire prompted several authorities to respond to the fire. These are the authorities that dispatched crews to Brannan Island: West Sacramento Fire DepartmentSacramento Fire DepartmentCosumnes Fire DepartmentRiver Delta Fire DistrictMontezuma Fire Protection DistrictWalnut Grove Fire DepartmentRio Vista Fire DepartmentIsleton Fire DepartmentIsleton Fire DepartmentA rescue team from Solano CountyIt is not known when this fire broke out or what started it Has. However, due to the favorable conditions for forest fires, there is a red flag in the region. Sustained winds can stay above 20 miles per hour and gusts above 40 miles per hour in the Sacramento Valley.

Thirty homes were burned down Monday after a fire broke out in a marina in the Sacramento County’s Delta area, officials said.

The fire broke out on Brannan Island south of Rio Vista on Highway 12. People who live in the area told KCRA 3 that there were at least a dozen RVs in which the fire was burning. Several buildings were damaged or completely destroyed by the fire.

A spokesman for the fire said the fire burned at least 40 acres and was 30% contained. Evacuations were carried out for people in the Lighthouse Marina & Resort area.

At least 20 structures are still threatened, said the spokesman. Nobody was injured in the fire.

A man who spoke to KCRA 3 said he came to the fire to check that his father’s house was intact, but it was also lost.

The fire prompted several authorities to respond to the fire. These are the agencies that sent crews to Brannan Island:

  • West Sacramento Fire Department
  • Sacramento Fire Department
  • Fire Brigade Cosumnes
  • Fire area of ​​the river delta
  • Montezuma Fire Prevention District
  • Walnut Grove Fire District
  • Rio Vista Fire Department
  • Isleton Fire Department
  • A strike team from Solano County

It is not known when this fire broke out or what started it. However, due to the favorable conditions for forest fires, there is a red flag in the region. Sustained winds can stay above 20 miles per hour and gusts above 40 miles per hour in the Sacramento Valley.

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