County Supervisor Ron Roberts his afternoon said officials had the “first glimmer of good” news.

Officials were allowing residents to reenter certain neighborhoods in northern San Diego and Poway. Airplanes and helicopters are able to fly and fight the Harris Fire. However, San Diego Fire Chief Tracy Jarman said, new fires are starting as well.

Jarman said that as winds shift from easterly to westerly, they remain volatile.

San Diego Councilman Brian Maienschein said his office will be posting the addresses of the destroyed homes in Rancho Bernardo at about 2 p.m. on his city website.

He said he saw “significant damage” and didn’t think people would be allowed back in for at least another 24 hours because gas lines were still exploding and fires still burning.


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