CLEARLAKE, Calif. (KGO) -- An evacuation order that the Lake County Sheriff's Office issued -- amid safety concerns over new Ogulin Fire in Clearlake, California -- has been lifted. State Route Highway 53 at Ogulin Road has also been reopened, according to Caltrans.
Evacuation orders were initially issued Thursday afternoon when fire crews and law enforcement responded to the scene. Residents south of Ogulin Canyon were advised to steer clear of the area.
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