#Springs Fire: Firefighters Work Through the Night

Springs Fire Update: Containment Efforts and Current Status

#SpringIncident– [Update] Firefighters made significant progress overnight by constructing and improving control lines to enhance containment. Today , crews will continue mopping up and securing control lines until all hazards are fully mitigated and the fire is 100% contained.
Fire is 11 acres and 60% contained. #CALFIRESKU2024

CAL FIRE Siskiyou Unit


Location: South of Gazelle, Siskiyou County, CA
Current Acreage: 11 acres
Containment: 30%
Status: Active
Last Updated: June 8, 12:25 AM

Incident Overview

The Springs Fire, located south of Gazelle in Siskiyou County, CA, has seen significant developments over the past 24 hours. Initially reported as a small lightning fire in the Stewart Springs area, the blaze has grown to 11 acres but is now 30% contained, according to the latest update from CAL FIRE Siskiyou.

Timeline of Events

  • June 7, 8:12 PM: The fire was first reported with an estimated size of 1 acre. Resources, including engines, crews, and dozers, were dispatched to the scene. A fire camera was pointed in the direction of the fire to monitor its progress.
  • June 7, 9:15 PM: The fire grew to approximately 5-7 acres with a moderate rate of spread. Resources continued to arrive, although access was limited to foot traffic at this time.
  • June 7, 11:47 PM: Incident Command reported that forward progress of the fire had been stopped.
  • June 8, 12:25 AM: The fire’s size was revised to 11 acres, and containment efforts had reached 30%.

Response and Resources

The response to the Springs Fire has been robust, with multiple resources deployed to combat the blaze. Initial efforts included engines, crews, and dozers, which were crucial in halting the fire’s forward progress. The fire is also being monitored via a dedicated camera, providing real-time updates to the command center and the public.

Community Impact and Support

As a non-profit organization dedicated to wildfire monitoring and reporting, Watch Duty has been actively providing updates on the Springs Fire. They continue to rely on community support to maintain their operations and offer timely information.

Additional Information

For those interested in tracking the fire’s progress and related incidents, several resources are available:

  • Fire Cameras: Live footage of the fire can be accessed here.
  • Weather and Air Quality: Updates on surface wind direction, red flag warnings, and air quality index (AQI) are provided by NOAA and PurpleAir.
  • Power Outages: Information on power outages and estimated resolution times is available for California residents.


The Springs Fire near Gazelle, CA, remains active but is showing signs of containment thanks to the swift response from firefighting teams. Continued updates will be provided as more information becomes available. Community support remains vital for ongoing efforts to monitor and report on wildfire incidents.

For further updates and ways to support the mission, visit Watch Duty’s official website.

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