ETNA, Calif. -- The warming and drying trend will continue for the next couple of days at the River Complex.
The Minnehaha Creek/Eagle Creek has cooled down, and firefighters will continue to establish control lines in the area with the assistance of air support.
Firefighters continue to patrol the Cecilville/Summerville area up to Callahan Road.
Containment lines are holding near Sugarhill, where crews continue to establish a perimeter.
The fire continues its backing behavior around Craggy Peak, allowing personnel to go direct in many locations.
Firefighters are making good progress constructing hand-lines and extinguishing areas of heat near Little Mill Creek.
Line around the Tangle Blue Spot Fire continues to be established.
Hotshot crews spiked-out at Stoddard Lake will continue constructing direct hand line.
Fire personnel continue to patrol and eliminate residual heat around Coffee Creek.
The west side of the fire has not had any significant movement. The Cronan Fire remains inactive.
Property Damage Assessment: For questions or information regarding the status of your property or for recovery assistance, call Trinity County Office of Emergency Services (OES) at 530-623-8223.
CLOSURES: Updated Forest Service Closures are available online.
Shasta-Trinity National Forest: www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/stnf/alerts-notices
Klamath National Forest: www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/klamath/alerts-notices