Recommeded Evacuations for The Diego Fire (Diego Fire Wildfire)

Evacuations were highly recommended on June 30, 2014 for the following areas: Weatherall Esates, Jarosa inholdings, and Dunlap and West Dunlap subdivisions.FIRE INFORMATION PHONE: 575-638-0081

Diego Fire Consumes More Than 3,400 Acres

Smoke plume from the Diego Fire photographed from Los Alamos late Monday. Photo by Leland Lehman/ladailypost.com

DIEGO FIRE UPDATE Tuesday July 1, 2014 (Diego Fire Wildfire)

DIEGO FIRE UPDATETuesday July 1, 2014 Please direct all calls related to the Diego Fire to Fire Information at (575) 638-5419 ext. 164 Acres: 3,425 Start Date: June 25, 2014 Cause: Lightning Location: 8 miles south of Coyote, N.M.

Diego Fire Update Tuesday July 1, 2014 (Diego Fire Wildfire)

DIEGO FIRE UPDATETuesday July 1, 2014 Please direct all calls related to the Diego Fire to Fire Information at (575) 638-5419 ext. 164 Acres: 3,425 Start Date: June 25, 2014 Cause: Lightning Location: 8 miles south of Coyote, N.M.

Diego Fire Information Update

Situation:
Community meeting tonight at the Coyote Elementary School @ 7:30

Diego Fire Information on InciWeb

Diego Fire Additional Evacuation Information

Situation: The communities of Wetherall Estates and Dunlap Spring are also being evacuated along with Jarosa. An evacuation shelter has been established at the Rural Events Center in Abiquiu, located near the junction of HW84 & SR554.

Diego Fire Evacuation Information

Situation: Community meeting tonight at the Coyote Elementary School @ 7:30

Fire crews continue to fight the 1,000+ acre Diego Fire, which is burning southeast of Coyote, NM. This afternoon, the fire began making a run to the southeast, which has led to the evacuation of the small community of Jarosa. An evacuation shelter has been set up at the Rural Event's Center in Abiquiu, NM.

Road blocks on Forest Road 93/103, 103/116, and 115; NM State Police officers are on-scene handling that aspect.

Incident Name: DIEGO

Start Date & Time: June 15, 2014

Wildland Fire Information

Diego Fire Information - 6/30/14

Situation: Community meeting tonight at the Coyote Elementary School @ 7:30

Diego Fire Update With Photo Gallery

Firefighters are actively suppressing the Diego Fire, located on Santa Fe National Forest’s Coyote Ranger District, nine miles southeast of Coyote.

The fire is lightning caused, has grown to more than 200 acres in size and is burning primarily in dead fuels. The fire behavior has increased and includes some torching and spotting.

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