LASSEN COUNTY, Calif. – The Adams Fire has burned 918 acres and is 95% contained, according to the U.S. Forest Service-Plumas National Forest. All evacuations have been lifted and there are no road closures, forest officials announced Wednesday.
Firefighters were on scene overnight to patrol near structures and ensure the fire stayed within containment lines. Crews said today their priorities are to hold all containment lines, mop up, and extinguish any hotspots near containment lines.
The lightning-caused fire started on July 26 on the ridge above Constantia Road and Red Rock Road, west of Highway 395, near Doyle, California.
Evacuees needing shelter can call the Lassen County Emergency Shelter number at 530-250-9088. People with special needs who will need help evacuating should call 530-257-6121 and let them know what assistance you will need. Lassen County Sheriff’s Deputies said they are going door to door in the area to notify residents.
Action News Now is working to learn more information about the Adams Fire.