UPDATE: Creek Fire | Fresno County | Fire and Smoke Report | Threat to Mammoth Lakes

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Donald Salac
Donald Salac
1 year ago

Have not seen any warnings about working outside. Had to quit work early on Monday as it was hard to breathe.

Michael R Chavez
Michael R Chavez
1 year ago

We were up by June lake just past Mammoth and the smoke there ia so heavy it’s like a dense fog. The smoke starts all the way back at Mohave

Will A
Will A
1 year ago

That’s Shaver Lake…looking north/northeast

Rhythm Earthsong
Rhythm Earthsong
1 year ago

Where is the photo (above, under the Creek Fire headline) taken from. It would help to know what lake is in the foreground.

M. Anderson
M. Anderson
1 year ago

I believe you are looking at the west side of Shaver Lake with Hwy 168 running along side of it. I have been there many times on the way to the John Muir Wilderness.

Up in smoke
Up in smoke
1 year ago

After the latest shutdown of all the forest land in calif. Wait till they see the effects on the local economies. Can’t wait for 2020 to finally be OVER

David Dennison
David Dennison
1 year ago
Reply to  Up in smoke

Up in Smoke There’s a lot more to it than just worrying about the economy,as we’re all learning with the COVID -19 pandemic,things having been opened up long before they actually should have.. Just think how the “economy” would be effected for YEARS to come if one of the many… Read more »

Pamela Bartlett
Pamela Bartlett
1 year ago

First accurate information I could find. Thank you