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Eric Sherwin of the San Bernardino County Fire Department confirmed Tuesday night that the flames had burned at least a dozen buildings, some of them homes. Six firefighters were briefly trapped by flames at a home where the occupants had refused to leave, forcing the crew to protect the house, fire officials said.“We were fully engulfed in smoke,” firefighter Cody Anderson told CBS Los Angeles.“It was really hard just to see your hand in front of your face.”“We just hunkered down and sat there and waited for the fire to blow over,” he said.The roadhouse was linked to many legends, including one about Elvis Presley.It was said the singer stopped at the Summit Inn, and kicked the jukebox after he saw it contained none of his records.A stroke victim has been reunited with his beloved husky, 18 months after a woman found the dog on the street and refused to give him back.David Guindon, of San Bernardino, California, got Zeus in 2014 following a devastating stroke and heart attack in 2012 that left him unable to walk on his own.Flames from what has been dubbed the Blue Cut Fire climbed the flanks of the San Gabriel Mountains toward the town of Wrightwood, where authorities said that only half of the community’s 4,500 residents have complied with evacuation orders.Officials estimated that more than 34,000 homes and some 82,000 people were under evacuation warnings.“This is not the time to mess around,” said Battalion Chief Mark Peebles of the San Bernardino County Fire Department.
A year and a half after Zeus' disappearance, Guindon got a call from the microchip company saying they had found him, but a woman was trying to register him as her own through.
Anderson and another firefighter were treated for minor injuries.
As that fire surged, was fading, and about 4,000 people in the town of Clearlake were allowed to return home.
But they did not have enough evidence to make an arrest until the weekend blaze ripped through Lower Lake.
The fire destroyed 175 homes and other structures in the working-class town of Lower Lake.“What I’d do to him, you don’t want to know,” said Butch Cancilla, who saw his neighbor’s home catch fire as he fled on Sunday.
The weather at the time was hot, dry and windy - conditions not expected to begin easing until late Thursday or Friday. The blaze was among several large fires burning up and down California, from Shasta County in the far north to Camp Pendleton Marine base in San Diego County.