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Amanda Addleman Sep 10
Replying to @marincountyfire
Do Forest Knolls residents need to evacuate? Tamal Road?
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April Underwood Sep 11
from the air. Stay safe, Marin! ❤️
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Oz Sep 11
really curious how the couldve started. way up in the hills, no main roads. cold, moist night. winds? they weren't that crazy last night....
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Greg Reis Sep 10
20-30 ac, burned to top and into an additional drainage with structures. Ordering additional resources. This is NOT what you want 3 miles away with your wife and kids at home alone while you are at a conference.
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Marin County Sep 11
If you haven’t already signed up for Alert Marin, NOW IS THE TIME! We use Alert Marin to send emergency alerts (like evacuation orders) to you via text, email, or cell phone. Sign up multiple numbers in your household. Get started at .
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wilhelmpeltzer Sep 10
Yay being evacuated
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Wayne Patton Sep 11
They are doing such an awesome job! Thanks for keeping our homes safe!
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Marin County Fire Sep 14
Good News: the is 100% contained! We’re thankful to the many fire and public safety agencies that helped us protect the kids (and kids at heart) of San Geronimo Valley.
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Grant Lodes Sep 10
update near Lagunitis in Marin Co from : 40 acres burned, 0% containment 20-30 structures threatened Evacuees going to Lagunitis school Air support helping fight fire, which is in steep terrain Smoke expected to affect air quality east of fire
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Santa Rosa Fire Department Sep 11
Santa Rosa Fire Department is assisting wth the in addition to in Napa County with
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Marin County Fire Sep 11
Update: Fire at 100 acres, 10% containment. Fire crews are dealing with very steep terrain, but beginning to build momentum on containment. Using a combination of bulldozers, hand crews, water tenders and engines in the firefight.
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KQED News Sep 11
At midnight last night, the in Marin was 40 acres with no containment. This morning it grew to 100 acres with 10 percent containment. Residents of hillside areas just north of Lagunitas were ordered to evacuate the area.
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Steve Katz Sep 10
Listening to the scanner, this seems to be the general vicinity of fire dept activity - just a screenshot of Google Maps based on addresses being mentioned at the moment.
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CynthiaPi🏳️‍🌈💪🏼 Sep 11
Does anyone have an update on if Samuel P Taylor Campground has been impacted by the . Did it burn?
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(((Jamie))) Sep 11
Why is it called the ?
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ABC7 News Sep 11
The in Marin County has burned 100 acres, threatens more than 20 buildings, and is only 10 percent contained
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Kevin Sep 11
is on scene providing an overnight shelter, a safe place to stay and food for residents evacuated from the in West Marin. Working with our great partner
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Juliette Sep 11
exactly -- cannot breathe either smoke is dense
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Marin County Fire Sep 11
Update: Lagunitas School is closed for the day, per school superintendent. School campus is unharmed, but many staff and students are evacuated and are unable report to work.
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NBC Bay Area Sep 11
burning in Marin County still threatening homes, but that threat is decreasing, according to fire officials.
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