UPDATE: The Steamboat Fire is now 70 percent contained and holding at 224 acres, according to CAL FIRE.
The Shasta Valley Wildlife Area Remains closed at this time.
(7/16/18 9:30 AM)
UPDATE: Cal Fire confirms the Steamboat Fire is now 224 acres and 50% contained. The Shasta Valley Wildlife Area is still closed.
UPDATE: Cal Fire confirms that the fire boundary is within the Shasta Valley Wildlife Area and is not threatening any structures at this time.
UPDATE: Steamboat Fire is now at 100+ acres and 0% contained.
UPDATE: Steamboat Fire is now at 60 acres and 0% contained. Multiple fire crews are on the scene.
SISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif. -- Cal Fire is on the scene of a +40 acre fire, known as the Steamboat Fire in the Shasta Valley Wildlife Area, four miles south of Montague.
Right now the fire is 0% contained.
The Shasta Valley Wildlife Area is closed due to this fire.
This is a developing story. We will continue to update this story as we recieve information.
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