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UPDATE: Evacuation advisory extends from Cemetery Hill to Lee Summit; all of La Porte Road must evacuate

UPDATE 3:20 p.m.: A mandatory evacuation has been ordered on La Porte Road from Thompson Creek to Highway 70.

UPDATE 3 p.m.: A fire advisory, with no evacuation orders, has been issued for the East Quincy area south of Lee Road, east of Cemetery Hill, and both sides of Highway 70 from Cemetery Hill to Lee Summit.

UPDATE 2:30 p.m.: Those who need to evacuate their animals are welcome to use a property at 248 Magaw Lane in Quincy. It is fenced with two corrals. The owner asks that you close the gate and fill the trough with water.

Additionally the Plumas Sierra County fairgrounds is accepting animals. Call Alex Saez at 283-3673 or call dispatch at 283-6800.

UPDATE: The Plumas County Sheriff’s Office has added a portion of Chandler Road — from Highway 70 to Hillside Drive — in its evacuation advisory, as well as clarifying that all of Greenhorn is under an evacuation advisory.

Original information: The evacuation advisory for the Claremont Fire has been modified to include Highway 70 from La Porte Road to Lee Summit. This includes residents on both sides of Highway 70 between the above mentioned locations, including Spring Garden, Greenhorn and the Massack area.

An advisory had already been issued for lower La Porte Road to Thompson Creek, while mandatory evacuations have been ordered from Thompson Creek to the Red Bridge.

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