Rain Knocks Out Corral Complex Fire

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The Corral Complex is 95 percent contained mainly from the past weeks rainfall, high humidity and cooler temperatures. Fire restriction for the Six Rivers National have also been lifted.


The wildfire started Aug. 10th from lightning and has burned 12,503 acres. The fire has been burning east of Hoopa and the Hoopa Valley Tribe has been sharing command of the fire because of the close proximity to the reservation.


Campers in the Six Rivers National Forrest can burn a camp fire at designated areas if the have a valid California campfire permit which is free from any Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management or California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) office.