Update June 20 6:19 a.m. -- The Camanche Fire is 210 acres and 95 percent contained.
Update June 19 6:56 a.m. -- The Camanche Fire in Amador County is 210 acres and is 80 percent contained. All evacuations have been lifted.
Update June 18 10:12 a.m. -- All evacuations have been lifted for the Camanche Fire in Amador county, which was 200 acres and 70 percent contained as of 6:30 a.m Saturday, June 18.
Update 7:07 p.m. -- The Camanche Fire burning off Camanche Parkway N and Coal Mine Road in Amador County has grown to 200 acreas and is 40% contained.
Mandatory evacuations are still in place for the China Gulch Community, and voluntary evacuations are in place for the Buena Vista Community.
Original Post: Evacuations are in place as Cal Fire crews battle a 150-acre fire in Amador County Friday.
The blaze is burning off Camanche Parkway N and Coal Mine Road.
Mandatory evacuations are in place for the China Gulch Community while voluntary evacuations are in place for the Buena Vista Community.
The blaze, called the Camanche Fire, is 10 percent contained as of 4:43 p.m.
Gusty winds continue to challenge firefighters battling the #CamancheFire in Amador County. Fire is now 150 acres & 10% contained— CAL FIRE PIO Berlant (@CALFIRE_PIO) June 18, 2016
The #CamancheFire south of Ione in Amador County has grown to 60 acres and is now 10% contained.— CAL FIRE PIO Berlant (@CALFIRE_PIO) June 17, 2016