Parts of Sequoia Forest Closed as Nicolls Fire Burns - KMPH FOX 26 | Central San Joaquin Valley News Source

Parts of Sequoia Forest Closed as Nicolls Fire Burns

UPDATE:

The Nicolls Fire has grown to nearly 1,200 acres as of Sunday. It is only 5 percent contained.

More than 670 firefighters and personnel are in the Sequoia National Forest fighting this fire.


Parts of the Sequoia National Forest are closed because of the Nicolls Fire burning in the Kiavah Wilderness.

The fire started on Friday afternoon and has burned more than 900 acres. It is in a remote section of the park and no homes are threatened.

All roads and trails in the area are closed.

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