More evacuees go home as rain dampens fire

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More evacuees go home as rain dampens fire

Direct attack planned to secure Falls Creek Ridge
Rain falls on the 416 Fire burn area near Hermosa Creek on Sunday morning. A flash flood warning was in effect until 9 a.m.
Andrew Korneoson helps his mother, Linda Korneoson, unload her car Sunday, June 17, 2018, as they move back to their home on County Road 203 in Hermosa. The family had been evacuated for 11 days because of the 416 Fire. Residents in Hermosa were allowed to return home at noon Sunday.
Rain falls on the 416 Fire burn area near Hermosa Creek on Sunday morning. A flash flood warning was in effect until 9 a.m.
Hermosa Creek flows a little higher on Sunday morning with little ash coming down from the 416 Fire burn area.

More evacuees go home as rain dampens fire

Rain falls on the 416 Fire burn area near Hermosa Creek on Sunday morning. A flash flood warning was in effect until 9 a.m.
Andrew Korneoson helps his mother, Linda Korneoson, unload her car Sunday, June 17, 2018, as they move back to their home on County Road 203 in Hermosa. The family had been evacuated for 11 days because of the 416 Fire. Residents in Hermosa were allowed to return home at noon Sunday.
Rain falls on the 416 Fire burn area near Hermosa Creek on Sunday morning. A flash flood warning was in effect until 9 a.m.
Hermosa Creek flows a little higher on Sunday morning with little ash coming down from the 416 Fire burn area.

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