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UPDATE 9:21 a.m. Friday, June 25 - The Pine Fire has reached 100% containment at 50 acres, CAL FIRE said.
UPDATE 7:25 a.m. Thursday, June 24 - CAL FIRE increased containment on the Pine fire to 75% Thursday morning. CAL FIRE is urging people to drive carefully in the fire area as fire crews are still out there working.
HAPPY VALLEY, Calif. - Firefighters have stopped the forward progress of a 50-acre fire in the area of Pine Meadow and Cloverdale Road, CAL FIRE said.
Seven minor structures and a trailer have been destroyed.
CAL FIRE said the fire was caused by mowing.
The fire is currently 40% contained.
All evacuations orders and road closures have been lifted.
Evacuations were ordered for Dale Lane, Clover Lane, Cloverdale Road between Clear Creek Road and Havenly Valley Lane, deputies said.
Cloverdale Road was closed between Heavenly Valley Lane and Cobblestone Lane as crews worked on the fire.
The evacuation center was set up at West Valley High School but is closing, deputies said.
They are working to determine if any buildings were destroyed.
There are no injuries.
For the #PineFire. Evacuations are being lifted for Dale Ln., Clover Ln. and Cloverdale Rd. between Dale Ln. and Clear Creek Rd.
Cloverdale between Dale Lane and Heavenly Valley remains under evacuation. Evacuation center at West Valley HS remains open.
#PineFire at Pine Meadow & Cloverdale Rd in Happy Valley #ShastaCounty is 50 acres and 40% contained. 7 minor structures destroyed, 1 travel trailer destroyed. #CALFIRESHU2021 pic.twitter.com/pK7sDiV9xX
— CAL FIRE SHU (@CALFIRESHU) June 24, 2021