Ramona Fire Today, Fire Ramona Ca – Cal Fire/San Diego County Fire department responded to the scene of a vegetation fire along Highland Valley Road Wyneland Rd in Ramona. According to report, The fire started Just before 4 p.m., there were initial reports of the Highland Fire in San Pasqual Valley, which is located west of Ramona and close to the intersection of Highland Valley and Wyneland roads. According to Cal Fire public relations officer Thomas Shoots. No injuries were reported yet.
.@CALFIRESANDIEGO is at scene with cooperators of a vegetation fire along Highland Valley Rd x Wyneland Rd in Ramona. Fire is holding at 5 acres in grass; spread stopped. #HighlandFire pic.twitter.com/Q3SFW3v25Q
— CAL FIRE/SAN DIEGO COUNTY FIRE (@CALFIRESANDIEGO) June 22, 2022
According to Cal Fire public relations officer Thomas Shoots, the spreading fire damaged 5 acres before being put out by ground workers and firefighting aircraft. Shoots said that although there had been a threat to surrounding buildings, by 5 p.m. firemen looked to have taken control of the blaze. The cause and origin of this fire is being investigated by police and fire investigators. Ramona is located in San Diego County, California. Ramona is a census-designated place (CDP). 20,292 people were counted in the population in 2010.
** Fire in in San Jose caused closures **
A brush fire was reported in San Jose on Wednesday evening. According to California Highway Patrol, The brush fire resulted in lanes to close on CA-237 in San Jose on Wednesday night. The CHP reported that the billowing smoke was blocking lanes 2 and 3 in the westbound direction at around 6:36 p.m. A 511 alert states that all lanes have reopened as of 7:35 p.m. According to the San Jose Fire Department, crews are attempting to put out the fire near CA-237 and 1st Street. No structures or injuries have been reported as of 7:30 p.m. Investigation into the cause of fire is underway.