California Wildfires

Any WISP Operator affected by the fire?

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A massive fire in the Angeles National Forest nearly doubled in size overnight, threatening 12,000 homes Monday in a 20-mile-long swath of flame and smoke and surging toward a mountaintop broadcasting complex.

The fire that burned at least 18 homes was moving north, south and east through the rugged foothills northeast of Los Angeles. Despite the lack of wind, it surged without letup by running through steep granite canyons and feeding on brush that had not burned for 40 years to a century, fire officials said.

When it says, Broadcasting Complex, in our country, most tower masts are there, some sort of called Signal Hill / Signal Mountain. I wonder if there are also WISP operators there?

Just a curiosity.

Those are pics from the last fire that we had in So Cal (lost about 15K worth of equipment at one of our small repeater sites), good luck to whoever is in those areas.