Fires continue to burn within the communities of the North County

On the night of June 23, a single-wide mobile home off of Estrella Road near Airport Road was engulfed in flames. (Photo by Cal Fire San Luis Obispo)

NORTH COUNTY — Cal Fire San Luis Obispo County responded to a garage and outbuilding that were fully engulfed in fire along with two acres of nearby vegetation in Paso Robles on June 23.
Cal Fire San Luis Obispo arrived at about 4:51 p.m. and was able to clear the area in about an hour. They were assisted by Paso Robles Fire Department, Camp Roberts Fire Department, and San Miguel Fire Department.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
The fire on June 23, threatened several structures on the 4700 block of Ross Drive in Paso Robles. When Cal Fire SLO arrived on scene they originally reported that they found a quarter of an acre of grass on fire with one vehicle involved. Cal Fire SLO stated that at least five buildings were threatened and the vegetation fire had the potential to grow to five acres.
Cal Fire SLO was able to get the fire to two acres and only random man-made objects were lost in the fire. No structures or vehicles were reported damaged according to officials.
Later on the evening of June 23, a fire broke out in Star Farms in Paso Robles. A single-wide mobile home off of Estrella Road near Airport Road was engulfed along with three acres of thick brush was burning when Cal Fire SLO arrived on the scene. Cal Fire SLO originally reported that the fire could expand to 15 acres at 9:51 p.m.
Within minutes firefighters stopped the forward progress of the fire. San Miguel Fire Department and Camp Robert FD along with Cal Fire assisted with the fire throughout the night and by 7:11 a.m. Cal Fire SLO reported that two acres burned and a large amount of man-made items were lost to the fire. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Firefighters had to battle two wildland fires near Creston on June 25. The fires were located between Huer Huero Road and O'Donovan Road. The larger of two fires was five acres and Cal Fire SLO reported that they were able to stop the forward spread and contain them at 50% as of June 25 at 1:58 p.m.

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