Bradford Fire in Aguanga scorches 10 acres

Fire engines scramble down the dirt roads to face the Bradford Fire, Wednesday, Jan. 13, in Aguanga. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
A fast-moving blaze scorched approximately 10 acres in upper Aguanga Wednesday, Jan. 13. The Bradford Fire was reported at 9:52 a. m. at Wiasmul Road and Barber Lane in Aguanga, south of Anza. Cal Fire and the Cahuilla tribe’s Br 1 crew were first on the scene of a travel trailer fully involved with propane tanks exploding. Nearby vegetation was ablaze with about 5 acres consumed at a moderate rate of spread. Aircraft arrived on scene and Cal Fire engines stopped the fire at about 10 acres. There was no extension into the Cahuilla Reservation. No injuries or evacuations were reported. Air tankers 70 and 7
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