HORNBROOK, Cal. – Moderate fire behavior is expected for this morning and this afternoon. The Klamath River Country Estates continue to be threatened. The West and North
flank will continue to have short range spotting in the timber stands when
strong ridge top winds surface in the afternoons; this continues to threaten the
communities of Hilt, Colestin and Jackson County, OR.

The southern flank should hold North of the Klamath River and in the town of Hornbrook. Completed line on the east flank will mitigate the threat to Iron Gate Reservoir Estates. Fire activity will be isolated to the West and Northern flanks. These flanks are in timber and in upper elevations. The communities of Hilt and Colestin along with the Horseshoe Ranch Wildlife Area, Klamath Forest, Soda Mountain Wilderness and Cascade Siskiyou National Monument will be threatened.

CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS – Evacuation Orders                                                              The communities of Hornbrook, Hilt, Colestin and Irongate
Reservoir. Klamath River Community Estates: east of Black Mountain to Desavado
Road, south of Copco Road and Ager Beswick Road. East Iron Gate Reservoir Estates:
Areas south of Iron Gate Reservoir/Copco Road, north of Ager/Beswick Road, west
of Desavato Road and east of Snackenbury Creek. Copco Lake Area: Areas east of
Jenny/Fall Creek, south of the Oregon State Line, north of Copco Road and west of
Topsey Grade.

Evacuation Warnings: Pheasant Valley area: East of Interstate 5, south of the
summit of Black Mountain, west of Ager and north of Yreka Ager Road. Airport
Road area: Southwest of York Road, west of Airport Road, north of Shelly Road
and east of Ager Road. Bogus Creek area: South of Ager Beswick Road, east of
York Road and west of Bogus Creek.

OREGON RESIDENTS:
The following area in Jackson County will be placed at a Level 3 (red) “Go” evacuation
notice:

The area east of Interstate 5, covering Bureau of Land Management lands and private
properties west of the Jackson-Klamath County line, north of the Oregon-California
border, and south of a line that extends from the intersection of I-5 and the Mount
Ashland Ski Road due east to the Jackson-Klamath County line.

The following areas in Jackson County will be placed at a Level 2 (yellow) “Be Set”
evacuation notice:

The area east of Interstate 5, covering Bureau of Land Management lands and private
properties west of the Jackson-Klamath County line, north of the line that extends
from the intersection of I-5 and the Mount Ashland Ski Road due east to the JacksonKlamath County line (the Level 3 evacuation line), north to Highway 66.

As a reminder, the following areas in Jackson County are currently at a Level 3 (red)
“Go” evacuation notice:

The Colestin Valley including the Colestin Road and all its tributaries from the
Oregon-California border to the Mount Ashland Ski Road. Old Highway 99 from the
Oregon-California border to the Mount Ashland Ski Road. In addition, the following areas will remain at a Level 2 yellow) “Be Set” evacuation notice: The Mount Ashland Ski Road from Mount Ashland down to Old Highway 99. Old Highway 99 to just Callahan’s Lodge.

Press Release from Cal Fire Incident Management Team and Oregon Department of Forestry

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