Evacuation orders hit residents of East Bay near Canyon Fire

Written by Javed Iqbal

Some East Bay residents were ordered to evacuate Thursday because of one forest fire burning on the back of Pleasanton, authorities said. Cal Fire calls this flare Canyon brand.

Cal Fire’s Santa Clara unit announced at. 16.30 that progress in the flame had stopped and the fire kept on 65 acres.

Residents living in the Golden Eagle area were ordered to evacuate due to vegetation fire blazing on Foothill Road between Bernal Avenue and Castlewood Drive, Pleasanton Police Department officials said at 6 p.m. 14.46 on Twitter.

Additional evacuations were ordered for residents of the Kilkare Road area of ​​Sunol and the Golden Eagle Estates of Pleasanton.

Kilkare residents should evacuate south on Kilkare to Niles Canyon, and Golden Eagle Estates residents should evacuate to Foothill and head north, the Alameda County Fire Department said.

Evacuated residents can seek shelter at the Pleasanton Library, located at 400 Old Bernal Ave., which has been designated by authorities as a shelter, Pleasanton Police said.

Other fires burned in the Bay Area region Thursday, including a vegetation fire near Buena Vista Lane and Timm Road and Vacaville and in the Sunol areaaccording to Cal Fire officials on Twitter.

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