5/17/2014 12:10 AM PDT

Camp Pendleton Fire Update

Camp Pendleton Fire Update

Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base officials report an evacuation order for San Onofre Housing has been lifted.  Residents in the San Onofre Housing Area 1, 2 and three may return to their homes. Residents are instructed to use Interstate 5 to the San Onofre Gate and use Basilone Road.

The Talega Fire is now being named the San Mateo Fire (also referred to as the Combat Fire) that was reported at 11:24 a.m. Friday has burned 800 acres and is currently listed as 25 percent contained.

The Las Pulgas fire first reported at 3:15 p.m. Thursday has grown to 15,000 acres burned and 40 percent containment.  The Tomahawk fire that started Wednesday on Naval Weapons Station Fallbrook is currently listed at 6,500 acres burned and 65 percent containment.

Evacuation orders for Camp San Mateo (62 Area), The School of Infantry-West (52 Area), Camp Las Pulgas (43 Area), Camp Las Flores (41 Area), Camp Margarita (33 Area), Marine Air Support Squadron 3 (32 Area) and Camp Vado Del Rio (25 Area) remain in effect.

Shelter in place orders for Camp Horno (53 Area), Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton (24 Area) and Camp Chappo (22/23 Area) remain in effect.

The cause of the fires is under investigation.

For the latest emergency updates, visit www.sdcountyemergency.com. If you need to talk to someone about evacuations, shelters, road closures and other disaster-related services, call 211.