Bully Fire grows to more than 10,000 acres
The Bully Fire has grown to over 10,000 acres. As of Wednesday evening, the Bully Fire had burned 10,200 acres and was 40 percent contained. Full containment isn't expected until next week.
All road closures have been lifted except Bully Choop Road.
12 firefighters have suffered minor injuries. 18 structures have been destroyed including two permanent residences.
An evacuation shelter has been established at Igo-Ono Elementary School, at 6429 Placer Street in Igo.
According to CAL FIRE, the fire is making slope-driven runs in brush and is creeping in timber. Increased humidity and cloud cover have slowed spread rates in timber. There are 2,200 firefighters on scene.
The acreage has surpassed the size of last year's deadly Clover Fire, which burned 8,073 acres and destroyed 68 homes in the Happy Valley area. One man was killed after he did not evacuate.
Zane Peterson was arrested for starting the Clover Fire.
Freddy Smoke III was arrested Saturday for starting the Bully Fire. Investigators said he sparked the blaze by driving a truck over dry brush while delivering fertilizer to an illegal marijuana grow.