16 Complex Fire

A wildfire had spread to 3,200 acres in a remote area of Colusa County on Wednesday, one day after it started.
16 Complex Fire A wildfire had spread to 3,200 acres in a remote area of Colusa County on Wednesday, one day after it started.
A wildfire had spread to 3,200 acres in a remote area of Colusa County on Wednesday, one day after it started. (credit: Linda & Alex Contreras)
16 Complex Fire A wildfire had spread to 3,200 acres in a remote area of Colusa County on Wednesday, one day after it started. (credit: Linda & Alex Contreras)
A wildfire had spread to 3,200 acres in a remote area of Colusa County on Wednesday, one day after it started.
16 Complex Fire - 9 A wildfire had spread to 3,200 acres in a remote area of Colusa County on Wednesday, one day after it started.
The 16 Complex fire is actually two fires burning on both sides of Highway 16, south of Highway 20, in the Rumsey Canyon area. It’s in rugged terrain and no structures are threatened, according to Cal Fire. It was still only 10 percent contained Wednesday afternoon.
16 Complex Fire - 8 The 16 Complex fire is actually two fires burning on both sides of Highway 16, south of Highway 20, in the Rumsey Canyon area. It’s in rugged terrain and no structures are threatened, according to Cal Fire. It was still only 10 percent contained Wednesday afternoon.
The 16 Complex fire is actually two fires burning on both sides of Highway 16, south of Highway 20, in the Rumsey Canyon area. It’s in rugged terrain and no structures are threatened, according to Cal Fire. It was still only 10 percent contained Wednesday afternoon.
16 Complex Fire - 7 The 16 Complex fire is actually two fires burning on both sides of Highway 16, south of Highway 20, in the Rumsey Canyon area. It’s in rugged terrain and no structures are threatened, according to Cal Fire. It was still only 10 percent contained Wednesday afternoon.
The 16 Complex fire is actually two fires burning on both sides of Highway 16, south of Highway 20, in the Rumsey Canyon area. It’s in rugged terrain and no structures are threatened, according to Cal Fire. It was still only 10 percent contained Wednesday afternoon.
16 Complex Fire - 6 The 16 Complex fire is actually two fires burning on both sides of Highway 16, south of Highway 20, in the Rumsey Canyon area. It’s in rugged terrain and no structures are threatened, according to Cal Fire. It was still only 10 percent contained Wednesday afternoon.
Flames have destroyed the beautiful rolling landscape of Rumsey Canyon. The view of Highway 16 is now blanketed and blackened by a fire with fury.
16 Complex Fire - 5 Flames have destroyed the beautiful rolling landscape of Rumsey Canyon. The view of Highway 16 is now blanketed and blackened by a fire with fury.
Flames have destroyed the beautiful rolling landscape of Rumsey Canyon. The view of Highway 16 is now blanketed and blackened by a fire with fury.
16 Complex Fire - 4 Flames have destroyed the beautiful rolling landscape of Rumsey Canyon. The view of Highway 16 is now blanketed and blackened by a fire with fury.
Flames have destroyed the beautiful rolling landscape of Rumsey Canyon. The view of Highway 16 is now blanketed and blackened by a fire with fury.
16 Complex Fire - 3 Flames have destroyed the beautiful rolling landscape of Rumsey Canyon. The view of Highway 16 is now blanketed and blackened by a fire with fury.
“It’s spread over a large area of difficult terrain,” said Cal Fire’s Mike Giannini. “We’ve got hand crews, we’ve got helicopters.”
16 Complex Fire - 2 “It’s spread over a large area of difficult terrain,” said Cal Fire’s Mike Giannini. “We’ve got hand crews, we’ve got helicopters.”
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