SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – A fire spread quickly near Cal State San Bernardino Sunday night but crews could keep the…
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – A fire spread quickly near Cal State San Bernardino Sunday night but crews could keep the flames from reaching the campus.
The fire first broke out near the university around 8 pm, fast balloon from three to 30 hectares.
San Bernadino County Fire said “irregular” Santa Ana winds burned the fire and had set up bulldozer herds and lines engines to protect campus and surrounding buildings.
Officials were called the fire brigade fire. It burned near University Parkway, a main road that surrounds the campus.
The county’s fire officials said they had stopped the flames from spreading further at 9:30.
CSUSB issued campus warnings that warned students about the fan. Later, the University said the flames had moved from the campus to the east and there was no further threat.
The news came as three big wild fires rage at both ends of the state and kill at least 31
people and force hundreds of thousands to evacuate. A Red Flag Warning which indicates extreme fires, applies too much of the state.