Evacuation warning lifted as crews battle Lost Fire in northeast San Diego County
Jermaine Ong , City News Service
6:38 AM, Jul 24, 2017
8:53 AM, Jul 24, 2017
The so-called Lost Fire, which erupted Saturday afternoon in the northeast San Diego County area, has charred 255 acres and is 60 percent contained but an evacuation warning was lifted for nearby residents.
While the evacuation was not mandatory, residents were urged to plan ahead in the event mandatory evacuations were ordered.
The warning was lifted at about 6:30 p.m. Sunday, but several small roads in the area were closed, including Chihuahua Valley Road at Lost Valley Road, according to the county Department of Public Works.