Goff fire passes 21,000-acre mark

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CALIFORNIA — The Goff fire in Northern California is now more than 21,000 acres and 31 percent contained. Crews continue working on the northern perimeter. The efforts are to prevent the fire from burning past the Applegate River’s Butte Fork. The fire is now a month old and has 22 engines and 29 hand crews working on the fire that started from lightning.

Closures & Fire Restrictions

Thompson Creek (18NO1), Thompson Ridge Road (19NO1), Lily Pad Road (47N80) and Bug Creek Road (18N02) are closed on Klamath National Forest. Multiple trail closures are in effect including portions of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), Boundary National Recreation Trail, Fort Goff Trail and Portuguese Creek Trail.

Please check the closure information posted on InciWeb at: www.inciweb.org/incident/3117/