The Glass Fire Incident continues to grow. Fire crews are on scene battling the blazes. KSRO News Team is live in-studio, with information directly from the Sheriff’s Department, Fire Departments, weather experts and more. Listen Live now
Updated 11/1/19 8:10AM Fire personnel made good headway in their fire fighting efforts overnight. A total of 77,758 acres have burned but containment is up to 68%! Because of this progress, re-population planning efforts are still underway.
The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office is downgrading the following areas from evacuation order to evacuation warning. This means that you can return home now at your own risk. This area is still at risk from the Kincade
Here’s the latest we have on the Kincade Fire regarding the Fire, Shelter info and road closures: -Cal Fire updated their latest numbers on the Kincade Fire Monday morning to 76,825 acres burned with containment at 30%.
6:00 PM Update: The mandatory evacuation area has been expanded to now include those areas previously under an evacuation warning. The new areas include the Dry Creek Valley, Larkfield, Mark West, Petrified Forest Road and Porter Creek