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University brush fire in San Bernardino is 50% contained, evacuations orders were lifted


A brush fire that has burned 50 to 100 sections of land in San Bernardino and provoked evacuation orders close to the 215 and 210 turnpikes is half contained, officials said.

The University Fire was accounted for soon after early afternoon close to the University Parkway exit of the 215 Freeway, San Bernardino County Fire Department officials said.

By 2:50 p.m., firefighters had all the earmarks of being acquiring the high ground on the blaze, with its forward pace of spread “slowed,” the Fire Department tweeted.

Around 100 homes stay compromised. Evacuation orders were set up for homes east of North State Street, south of and remembering homes for Morgan Road, west of and including Pepperdine Drive and south to Grossmont Road. The orders were lifted about 4:15 p.m.

A gathering place was set up for evacuees at 6707 Little League Drive.

The blaze at one point compromised a dialysis community, however every one of the 23 patients had the option to escape the building safely, officials said.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department flying unit was been leading water drops on the fire. Light to medium brush was consuming in the lofty landscape above homes nearby, elevated video from media showed.

CalFire, just as the San Manuel and Colton fire departments, were assisting in the blaze.

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