California wildfire in Truckee triggers evacuations

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A wildfire in a dry brush near Truckee, a mountain town about 180 miles[180 km]northeast of San Francisco, forced people to evacuate Thursday afternoon.

The Butterfield fire started near a truck near Butterfield Drive and was between 5 and 10 acres[5 ha]according to the Truck Fire Department in the afternoon. The fire is near the border of the Plaster and Nevada counties and threatens homes and businesses.

The Track Police Department has ordered the evacuation of TRK-E112 residents. “Leave immediately,” the department said.


You can find a map with zoning and release information on Zone Haven. The police department is also posting the latest release information on Facebook. The evacuation order is for Zone TRK-E112, which is located northeast of Trackey Airport. The evacuation zone includes a number of office buildings, including a truck park, the eastern part of the Track River Legacy Trail, and the Taho-Track Hygiene Agency and the Taho-Track Integrated School District Transportation Service.

This photo was posted by the Truck Police Department on Thursday, July 7, 2022, when it issued a fire extinguisher around 12 pm.

This photo was posted by the Truck Police Department on Thursday, July 7, 2022, when it issued a fire extinguisher around 12 pm.

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Thursday, July 7, 2022 Butfield Field smoke will rise, according to Donor Pass webcam.

Thursday, July 7, 2022 Butfield Field smoke will rise, according to Donor Pass webcam.

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The evacuation zone is immediately close to neighborhoods and commercial districts where many people live, who are not currently in an emergency evacuation order. The truck terminal ends south of the evacuation zone. The airport is also a commercial district, home to Raleigh, a truck-Tahoe timber company and many other local businesses.

Photos posted on a social media site showed smoke billowing from a downtown track.

Truck Doner Public Utility District He said. At 1 p.m., the truck fire department asked Glenshire customers to turn off the power.

This is a growing story and will be added when information is available.

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