Riverside Fire Department

Peralta Incident



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Incident Name: Peralta Incident

Date Reported: 07/21/2022

Time Reported: 2143 Hours

Incident Location: Anza Narrows Park/River Bottom

Ward #: Ward 1 Edwards

Type of Incident: Vegetation Fire

Incident Number: RIV #22-024640

Control Time:

Fatalities:

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Moderate:

Minor:

Non Injury:

Displaced Persons: None

Loss:

Save:

Cause:

  • Cause under investigation
  • Evacuations: None

    Evacuation Comments: No Evacuations



    Resources Assigned


    Chief Officer(s): 3

    Engine Companies: 15

    Truck Companies:

    Squad(s):

    Ambulance(s):

    Firefighter(s): 120

    Safety Officer(s):

    Public Information Officer(s):

    Fire Investigator(s): 1

    Overhead Personnel: 2

    Mutial Aid:

  • Mutual Aid Received
  • Specialized Equipment:

    EOC:

    Utilities:

    Red Cross:

    Percent (%) Contained or Completed: 80%

    Total (%) of Perimeter that will be Contained:

    Incident Size Acreage: 46 Acres


    Current Situation


    (Recent updates are posted at the top of the Current Situation)

    The City of Riverside Fire Department is currently on scene of a vegetation fire in the Santa Ana River Bottom North of Anza Narrows park.  The fire originated in the County area and has spread into the City.  Battalion 1 is in unified command with Cal Fire as the fire is a mutual threat to both jurisdictions.  We have upgraded our response to a second alarm and have 4 engines, 2 brush units, and a water tender on scene as well to supplement the Cal Fire resources.  The fire is 2-3 acres burning in heavy fuels with a slow rate of spread.  Commitment time for our resources is 4-5 hours.

    Update:

    The fire remains active and still holding at 45 Acres.  The fire activity has increased on the interior.  A Helicopter was ordered for watering dropping.  

    Two additional city engines were ordered for Tactical Patrol Structure Protection of Old Mill and Grassy Trail for the neighborhood.  

    The incident name was changed from Anza to the Peralta Incident.

    City of Riverside remains in unified command with CAL-Fire.

    The bike path was closed from Bonamino Park to Van Buren.

    RPU has been requested to the incident to start the Fire Hazard Mitigation Work for the RPU Powerlines and Powerline Road.  

    The All Hazard Map has been updated and viewable here:

    https://cityofriverside.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=db6cb5c6dd5d44f598b178817e5d645a

    Update 7/22/2022 at 2245 Hours.

    The Peralta Incident remains active with crews transitioning into Fire Watch Tactical Patrol throughout the night.  Firefighters will be overhauling and mopping up the fire throughout the day tomorrow.  

    The cause of the fire is human related.  

    There are no firefighter or civilian injuries.


    Assisting Aid Agencies


  • CAL-Fire

  • Incident Commander: Battalion Chief Mike Staley

    Prepared By: Battalion Chief Bruce Vanderhorst

    Date / Time Posted: 07/21/2022 2246

    Information Center: 951.237.6310