Strong Santa Ana winds led to cancellations and closures throughout the San Jacinto Valley on Thursday, Dec. 7, including at Diamond Valley Lake, three elementary schools and a ceremony for Soboba Casino’s new facility. The area was under a high-wind warning, meaning winds of 25 to 35 mph were expected – with gusts of 65-80 mph in the San Jacinto Mountains just east of the valley, according to the National Weather Service.
The Liberty fire was reported around 1:15 p.m. in the area of Los Alamos and Liberty roads where Murrieta meets the Riverside County border, according to a Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire press release. That is less than a 2 miles from a densely populated housing tract, the Spencer’s Crossing Sports Complex and several schools.
While the Liberty fire in the Murrieta area was the largest fire in the Inland area, several smaller fires popped up in the region Thursday – all of which were kept under 10 acres. Among the small blazes, the one that likely caused the biggest headache was a 3-acre fire in Jurupa Valley that closed the 15 and 60 freeways – right in the middle of the morning commute. That blaze was reported at 7:15 a.m. at Wineville Road and Riverside Drive, the site of several sprawling warehouses.
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Selecting a term
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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