First responders from Southern California are responding to the Cave Fire burning in Santa Barbara County.
Ventura County Sheriff's deputies are heading north.
Law enforcement personnel from Ventura County are responding to assist Santa Barbara with the #CaveFire. Please yield to emergency vehicles as they head north on Hwy 101. @Cal_OES @Ventura_PD @OxnardPD1903 @Venturaoes @sbsheriff @InfoSbpd— Ventura Co. Sheriff (@VENTURASHERIFF) November 26, 2019
Ventura County Fire also tweeted that it's sending two strike teams with lights and sirens to the fire.
#CaveFire; #vcfd is sending 2 strike teams of engines code 3 to this wind driven fire in Santa Barbara. A strike team is 5 same type engines and a leader. Follow @EliasonMike @SBCityOES for incident information. https://t.co/48NfpeMDjT— VCFD PIO (@VCFD_PIO) November 26, 2019
A Los Angeles County Firehawk helicopter is also helping with the fire fight by dropping water near homes.
A second Los Angeles County Fire Department Firehawk also helped with structure protection late Monday evening.
Meantime, back here at home, CAL FIRE SLO sent one strike team of engines and one hand crew strike team to the Cave Fire.
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