DOYLE, Calif. - All evacuation orders for the Laura Fire have been lifted, according to the Lassen County Sheriff's Office. The Laura Fire has burned 2,000 acres and is 70% contained.
The fire has impacted an estimated 20 structures. The Bureau of Land Management said rain has played a part in slowing the fire spread.
If you need shelter assistance, contact the shelter number at 530-250-9088.
On Tuesday, the fire was being pushed by winds gusting up to 60 mph. The BLM said the fire has burned onto the BLM-managed public lands east of Doyle.
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��BLM Wildland Fire map for Nov. 18. The #MountainViewFire in Mono Co. is now 28,879 acres and 0% contained and the #Laura2Fire in Lassen Co. is 2,000 acres, 70% contained and the rain has slowed fire spread. #FireYear2020 #CAWildfires pic.twitter.com/H65grVum5h
— Bureau of Land Management California (@BLMca) November 18, 2020