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Authorities disclosed late Monday afternoon that the fire - whipped by heavy wind gusts and bone-dry conditions - burned 14 houses and four businesses Sunday. That brought to a total of roughly 60 homes, four businesses and 14 sheds and other out-buildings the fire has damaged or destroyed since it began June 12.
The greatest concentration is in Ramsey Canyon, where the fire has been burning most intensely.
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This has to erroneous, since the fire maps show it hasn't reached there yet. Not only that but if the Folklore Center and Nature Conservancy properties were torched it would be big time news.chumley wrote:The greatest concentration is in Ramsey Canyon, where the fire has been burning most intensely.
Structure protection will continue around the perimeter of the fire especially in Carr and Ramsey Canyon. Mop-up continues along the fire flanks of the fire and complicated indirect firefighting activities planned for the head of the fire. The Ramsey Canyon area is the most difficult piece of terrain many firefighters have ever seen.