By CBS13 Staff

BANGOR (CBS13) — All evacuation warnings were lifted for a vegetation fire that flared up in the Butte County community of Bangor late Thursday afternoon.

Cal Fire said the scene was along Bangor Park Road and the fire was approximately 40 acres, though, forward progress has been stopped.

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The following areas were impacted by the now-lifted evacuation warnings.

Zone 905:

  • The intersection of Avacado and Dunstone, south to Ramirez at the county line
  • North Honcut Creek east to the east end of Blue Oaks Road
  • Roads included – West Bangor Park, Getta, Teddy, Hammett, West La Porte, Fawn Court, Loma Rica Highway at county line and Homer Road

Zone 925:

  • La Porte Road west of Kings Ranch Road, east to the east end of Earl Parker Quarry Road
  • Bangor four corners, south to the Butte/Yuba County line
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Zone 926:

  • Bangor four corners, east to the Butte/Yuba County line. Just north of Gipson’s Road, south to the Butte/Yuba County line

Additional resources from Nevada County were called in for assistance.

No injuries or damaged structures have been reported.

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Bangor is located southeast of Oroville and north of Loma Rica.