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‘Very Fast, Very Scary’: Olivehurst Neighborhood Fire Under Investigation in Yuba County
At least four structures have been destroyed, officials said Saturday. Investigators are working to determine the cause of the fire.
All evacuation orders and warnings issued in Yuba County due to Saturday’s Olivehurst home fire have been lifted, authorities said. The fire brigade remained at 11th Avenue on Saturday night. Anyone affected by the fire can visit Yuba County and Human Services at 5730 Packard Avenue. Animal care services are also available, according to the Yuba County Office of Emergency Services. “When I stepped out to the front, the neighbors were calling all the other neighbors. Everyone came (together) as a team and was able to locate and get people out to Ricardo Contreras, who lives nearby, said. “Thank God I still have my house. I feel for others. Pray for them.” Contreras shared photos and videos he captured during the challenging Saturday afternoon, adding that he grabbed a hose and tried to use the hose to pour it down the house. and his lawn as flames quickly moved through the vicinity. Officials said four structures were destroyed. At least one house from No. 11 could be seen consumed by the fire.” It’s very fast. Very fast, very scary,” said Amanda Bray, who was visiting a relative nearby when the fire started. someone shouted, ‘Fire!’ and people started running from the houses. “Fire departments from Olivehurst, Linda, Wheatland, the City of Yuba, and Sutter County responded to the fire, officials said. Delegates from the Yuba County Sheriff, Sutter County Sheriff’s Office , the California Highway Patrol and nearby police agencies have also provided assistance.Residents displaced by the fire can call (530) 632-7715 for shelter information, according to the sheriff’s department. . | RELATED | Northern California wildfire resources 2022: Where to find county evacuation information, maps, warnings, and more Follow KCRA 3 news for the latest on the latest on This developing story burns near where the Rices Fire burned this week as the previous version of the story said.
Authorities said all evacuation orders and warnings that were issued in Yuba County due to Saturday’s Olivehurst home fire have been lifted.
However, there were barricades on Ardmore Avenue between 9th and 11th avenues, and Fleming Way between 9th and 11th avenues. Fire crews remained at 11th Avenue on Saturday night.
Anyone affected by the fire can visit Yuba County Health and Human Services at 5730 Packard Avenue. Animal care services are also available, according to the Yuba County Emergency Services Office.
Ricardo Contreras, who lives nearby, said: “When I step out to the front, the neighbors are attracting all the other neighbours. Everyone comes (together) as a team and can locate the location. and get people to safety,” said Ricardo Contreras, who lives nearby. “Thank God I still have my home. I feel for others. Prayers for them.”
Contreras shared photos and videos he captured during the challenging Saturday afternoon, adding that he grabbed a hose and attempted to spray down his house and lawn as the flames quickly move through the neighborhood. Officials said four structures were destroyed. At least one house can be seen from the 11th destroyed by the fire.
“It was very fast. It was very fast, it was very scary,” said Amanda Bray, who was visiting a relative nearby when the fire started. “I saw a bit of smoke and pointed it to them, but very soon you hear someone shouting, ‘Fire!’ and people started running out of the house.”
Fire agencies from Olivehurst, Linda, Wheatland, Yuba City and Sutter County responded to the fire, officials said. Deputies from the Yuba County Sheriff, the Sutter County Sheriff’s Office, the California Highway Patrol, and nearby police agencies also provided assistance.
Residents displaced by the fire can call (530) 632-7715 for shelter information, according to the sheriff’s department.
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EDIT (July 2, 2022): This story has been updated to reflect that the fire did not burn near where the Rices Fire burned this week as the previous version of the story said.