SAN MARCOS—Three fires are raging in San Diego county with little, or no containment, CAL FIRE officials said on Wednesday.
The Bernardo Fire in San Diego and Rancho Santa Fe is at 1,548 Acres with fifty percent containment. The blaze is under unified command between CAL FIRE, San Diego Fire Rescue and Rancho Santa Fe Fire Department
Cocos Fire in San Marcos is at 450 acres with no containment. Five structures were destroyed and two structures were damaged. The incident is under unified command between CAL FIRE, San Marcos Fire Department and Elfin Forest. The evacuation order is still in effect.
Highway Fire in Deer Springs is at 600 Acres with five percent containment. Evacuations have been lifted for this incident.