UPDATED at 10:00am Friday June 30 2017: Camp Pendleton is reporting that 760 acres burned and that they are currently at 90% containment.
UPDATED AT 4:00pm: Camp Pendleton
#CristianitosFire is now at 760 acres with 70% percent containment.
The Camp Pendleton
#CristianitosFire started late Wednesday Afternoon on June 28 2017.
San Clemente residents are concerned due to the Fire’s proximity to the City of San Clemente.
UPDATE: The City of San Clemente released a Online Press Release on the Fire.
The City reports that “the OCFA expects full containment on Friday, June 30, 2017.
The City also states that there is an area near Avenida Fabricante that OCFA is paying close attention to, but for the most part the fire is burning on itself.
The OCFA expects that the businesses at the end of Avenida Fabricante will open later this morning.
The San Clemente-Dana Point Animal Shelter is not threatened, and no evacuations were necessary.
Two animal shelter employees spent the night at the shelter to ensure the safety of the animals and be ready to evacuate the shelter if necessary”.
Orange County Fire Authority(OCFA) providing the lasted updates via Twitter at 4:00pm that the Fire is spread to 760 acres with 70% containment.
OCFA is reporting that there is 205 Fire Fighters on scene and that the Fire is still contained to Camp Pendleton.
The United States Forest Service (USFS) is reporting this morning that they are providing a strike team of 5 engines to the Fire.
There has been no reported injuries and no evacuation orders.
The Fire is under investigation.
This is a ongoing story that will be updated as more information becomes available.