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Plumas County Search and Rescue responds to assist stranded motorists in the Four Trees area between Oroville and Bucks Lake today, May 21. Photo courtesy Plumas County Search and Rescue

Pay attention to the Road Closed signs

The Plumas County road department is making progress clearing snow from mountain roads, but they aren’t done yet, thus “road closed” signs are posted. Crews began clearing Gold Lake, La Porte, and Bucks Lake roads last Monday and predicted it would take from two weeks to a month to clear the roadways.

This afternoon Search and Rescue reported responding to stranded motorists near Four Trees on the Bucks Lake-Oro Highway, as well as at Frenchman Lake. The snow is not passable in many areas. Search and Rescue was able to assist both groups.

Search and Rescue was able to render assistance and while the organization doesn’t bill for its services, the volunteer rescue group does accept donations. To contribute to Plumas County Search and Rescue, mail a contribution to P.O. Box 1774, Quincy CA, 95971. To find out more about volunteering, call 530-283-6375.

2 thoughts on “Pay attention to the Road Closed signs

  • Would love to know when road to Fraiser Falls is open. It has got to be spectacular this year! We tried a few weeks ago but had to turn around.

  • We need to focus our efforts on buying a new court house…in order to save the future of this county.

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