A sponge broke near the intersection of North Riverside Avenue and Sierra Avenue in Fontana on Tuesday night, threatening homes…
A sponge broke near the intersection of North Riverside Avenue and Sierra Avenue in Fontana on Tuesday night, threatening homes on the border to Fontana and Rialto as it grew rapidly.
The San Bernardino County Public Information Officer Eric Sherwin told NBC4 that the fire was first reported at about 9:30
The SBCFD official Twitter account denounced the fire of the fire as “Sierra Fire” and registered the flames at 2-3 acres at 10 o’clock : 03 Just 15 minutes later, the fire had grown to 20 hectares.
Sierra Fire burned predominantly alongside North Riverside Avenue between Sierra Avenue and North Adler Avenue, but high winds contributed to spreading the flames, with sliding visibly flying into boundaries to the neighborhood.
The splits spread and quickly lit a fence and a tree. Firemen were in place to put out hotspots, but the winds were a big threat.
1:45 there were firemen on 20 hectares and no mandatory evacuations were ordered.