Growth of the massive Detwiler Fire has slowed, allowing fire officials to lift some evacuation orders and giving once-threatened areas of Mariposa County a chance to return to normal. Containment lines have been extended around 40 percent of the 76,000-acre blaze as of Sunday. Fire officials said the blaze grew by just 500 acres overnight. But Cal Fire officials warned that it could take another two weeks before crews will have the fire completely under control.
A wild fight between a Fresno Starbucks customer and a knife-wielding robber was caught on surveillance video, showing how a 58-year-old man who police Chief Jerry Dyer called a “courageous hero” put his own life at risk to thwart the crime. Both hero Cregg Jerri, 58, and suspect Ryan Michael Florez, 30, were stabbed during the fight Thursday that lasted for about a minute. Florez got away and later told police he was himself a victim of a robbery. Friday, Dyer said police got their man – Florez.
The threat of a raging inferno bearing down on the historic town of Mariposa had eased somewhat by Saturday morning, said Cal Fire spokesman Joe Rosa. Even though the Detwiler Fire expanded by 1,117 acres overnight, firefighters were able to make progress on the blaze, which as of Saturday morning was 30 percent contained. It was only 15 percent contained on Friday.
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