Flames Ravage San Bernardino County Mountains: Crews Work to Contain the “Nob Fire”

The "Nob Fire" has consumed 160 acres of San Bernardino County mountains, prompting a quick response from firefighters.

In the heart of the San Bernardino County mountains, the “Nob Fire” has ignited and rapidly spread to 160 acres, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. San Bernardino County Fire crews immediately sprang into action, racing to the Lytle Creek area near Wrightwood to battle the inferno.

Although the fire is raging in a remote forest area, officials with San Bernardino National Forest are closely monitoring the situation. They are confident that the flames are not currently threatening any communities, and firefighters are working tirelessly to keep it that way.

Firefighters have been battling the Nob Fire around the clock, using their experience and training to navigate the treacherous terrain and harsh conditions of the wilderness. Despite the difficult circumstances, no injuries have been reported as of Wednesday afternoon.

Residents in the area are being advised to stay informed and remain vigilant, as the cause of the fire is still under investigation. With fire season well underway, the Nob Fire serves as a stark reminder of the importance of fire safety and the bravery and dedication of our firefighters, who put their lives on the line to protect our communities and natural resources.