An engine burned on the North Pass fire on the Mendocino National Forest on Saturday. The four crewpersons moved into a safety zone and were not injured. A facilitated learning analysis team has been requested.
One residence has been destroyed since Friday along with some outbuildings, bringing the total of burned structures to six. The fire has burned 26,648 acres and is 33 percent contained. Working on the fire are 1,534 personnel, 106 engines, and 65 dozers.
The fire is active on the northeast and east sides. The InciWeb report mentions extreme fire behavior and extreme terrain as some of the barriers they are attempting to overcome.