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2-Acre Fire Destroys Thermalito Home

One Thermalito home was destroyed Thursday afternoon in the "Colusa Fire" on 6th Street, the vegetation fire burned two acres.

Posted: Jul 5, 2018 3:04 PM
Updated: Jul 5, 2018 6:16 PM

UPDATE - One Thermalito home was destroyed Thursday afternoon in the "Colusa Fire" on 6th Street, the vegetation fire burned two acres.

The vegetation fire spread to a single home, Cal Fire said there were a few occupants inside but no one was hurt.

Cal Fire said there were a few occupants inside but no one was hurt.

Authorities also said the fire moved towards a home, a power line came down, making firefighting conditions difficult. 


UPDATE - Firefighters have stopped the forward progress of the 2-acre fire that burned some structures, said Cal Fire. 

Crews were on scene just before 3 p.m. and they're still at scene mitigating structure threats.



THERMALITO, Calif.
- Cal Fire-Butte County is at the scene of a vegetation fire that has already burned structures in Thermalito Thursday afternoon.

According to Cal fire, the fire is burning on Colusa Avenue just off of Grand Avenue.


More structures are threatened at the moment, according to a Cal Fire tweet.

It is unknown how big the fire and how many structures have been burned.

This is a developing story check back for updates.

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