Santa Cruz Wildfire Threatens 300 Rural Mountain Homes

 Tuesday, September 27, 2016

 NBC Bay Area

Fire crews aggressively responded to a fast-moving vegetation fire burning on the Loma Prieta ridge in the Santa Cruz Mountains, which prompted evacuations, destroyed one structure and charred at least 1,000 acres by late Monday night, fire officials said. At least 300 structures are threatened by the Loma Fire, which is in proximity to television towers. Evacuations are in effect along Summit, Mount Madonna and Croy Ridge roads. About 300 people have evacuated the area, Cal Fire said. At least 300 structures are threatened by the Loma Fire, which is in proximity to television towers.
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