Pawnee & County Fires
The Pawnee & County Fire Campaign Coin is 1-3/4″ in diameter and nickel plated with hard enamel. The front of the coin shows the final perimeter of the fires that started on June 23 & 30, 2018. The back shows large the Glory Hole at Lake Berryessa. The two fires were managed by CAL FIRE IMT 3.
The Pawnee Fire was a large wildfire that burned in Spring Valley in Lake County, California, in the United States. The fire started on June 23, 2018, and quickly expanded overnight, destroying 12 structures, and causing the evacuation of the entire Spring Valley area. The fire destroyed 22 structures, damaged six structures, and burned a total of 15,185 acres before it was fully contained on July 8, 2018.
The County Fire (formerly known as the Guinda Fire) was a wildfire east of Lake Berryessa in Yolo County and Napa County, California. The fire, first reported on June 30, 2018, in Rumsey Canyon in the community of Guinda, and was contained on July 17, 2018 after burning 90,288 acres. The fire caused mandatory evacuations along Highway 128, County Road 23, and areas around Lake Berryessa, including Monticello Dam. The fire destroyed 20 structures, damaged three, and caused one injury. The fire was started by an improperly installed electric fence for livestock.
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