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Monday
Yesterday’s rain aided firefighting efforts and kept the San Antonio Fire at 495 acres. The lightning-caused fire is located within the northwest area of Valles Caldera National Preserve approximately 18.6 miles away from Los Alamos. Fire activity was minimal with spots of creeping flames and smoldering timber. The historic cabin within the fire perimeter and the weather station and natural gas pipeline near the fire remain intact and unaffected by the fire. Because of the location and elevation, smoke from the burn may be visible from all directions coming into the Jemez Mountains area. Smoke is expected to linger in neighboring communities including Los Alamos, La Cueva, Sierra Los Pinos, Jemez Springs, Ponderosa, Jemez Pueblo and areas near NM State Route 4. Communities surrounding the Jemez Mountains may also see smoke. We greatly appreciate the support and generosity of our neighboring communities! Our wildland fire crews are well equipped and cared for. After many donation inquiries, here’s a list of suggestions. Here are some ways you can show support for firefighters. Creating defensible space around your home is absolutely the BEST thing you can do to help firefighters. Learn how at http://firewise.org. Post thank you banners / signs in the community and on social media. This is a great morale booster for firefighters after a long shift! Write thank you notes to firefighters. Drop them off at the incident command post so they can be posted or shared. Write thank you letters to firefighters families. Put them in blank, stamped envelopes. After briefings or after shifts, firefighters can address letters to parents, kids, spouses, etc. We Cannot Accept Clothing and Food Items Please call 575-737-8147 or email sanantoniofire2018@gmail.com to confirm needs before collecting items or dropping off goods.ommunities including Los Alamos, La Cueva, Sierra Los Pinos, Jemez Springs, Ponderosa, Jemez Pueblo and areas near NM State Route 4. Communities surrounding the Jemez Mountains may also see smoke.







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