Cave Fire erupts in Santa Barbara County, scorching 4,100 acres

first_imgSix-hundred firefighters are assigned to battle the blaze.Click here for health tips for residents who are escaping the flames.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. #CaveFire– Scenes from the fire lines off CA Hwy-154 approximately 3 miles north of Santa Barbara. pic.twitter.com/Rb1JSaq6M9— SBCFireInfo (@EliasonMike) November 26, 2019 #CaveFire– FF’s from Santa Barbara County Fire battle flames off CA Hwy-154 north of Santa Barbara Monday night. pic.twitter.com/JOaJbhedl8— SBCFireInfo (@EliasonMike) November 26, 2019 Rain is heading to the region on Wednesday, which could help fight the fire. But the 1 to 2 inches of rainfall could also cause debris flow in parts of coastal Southern California. MattGush/iStock(SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, Calif.) — A wildfire has erupted in Santa Barbara County and is 0 percent contained Tuesday morning after scorching 4,100 acres.No injuries have been reported in the Cave Fire, which broke out Monday afternoon and was fueled by winds up to 50 mph.Some evacuations were ordered, according to the Santa Barbara County fire officials.The Cave Fire has caused power outages in parts of southern Santa Barbara County.center_img Here comes our cold winter storm, currently over northern CA and western OR. Rain starts near the #CaveFire around 3am Wednesday. #CAwx https://t.co/pZLKO4u95V— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) November 26, 2019 #CaveFire– Santa Barbara City FF Erik Adair battles flames near a home off Cieneguitas Rd in Santa Barbara Monday night. pic.twitter.com/vzhHuc2JJS— SBCFireInfo (@EliasonMike) November 26, 2019 #CaveFire– A Cal Fire S-2 makes a phos-chek drop near a home on the east side of Painted Cave Road Tuesday morning in Santa Barbara County. pic.twitter.com/2pKkgYV1gx— SBCFireInfo (@EliasonMike) November 26, 2019last_img read more