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Shasta, Lassen counties lift some Dixie Fire evacuation warnings

Some Dixie Fire evacuation warnings were lifted at 11 a.m.

Posted: Sep 14, 2021 11:38 AM
Updated: Sep 14, 2021 2:10 PM

SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office lifted the evacuation warning for Zone 12 for the Dixie Fire.

This area includes just west of Huckleberry Mountain on the west side to Highway 44 on the east side and north of Red Lake Mountain on the south side. South of Fredonyer Peak is also included in Zone 12.

Old Station was reduced to a warning earlier Tuesday morning.

All other evacuation orders and warnings in Shasta County remain in place.

RELATED: Old Station reduced to evacuation warning, residents can return home

The Lassen County Sheriff’s Office lifted some warnings. Those warnings lifted include the following:

  • Bogard area north of Highway 44 from Pittville Rd. east to County Rd. A21 and north to Blacks Mountain, Harvey Mountain and south of Ashurst Lake
  • West of County Rd. A1 from the A21 intersection north to Forest Services Route

All other evacuations orders and warnings remain in place. 

A map of evacuations can be found here.

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