IDYLLWILD, California (KABC) –
Cranston's fire in the Idyllwild area of Riverside County has grown to 11,500 acres on the third day of devastation in hot, dry weather.
According to fire officials on Friday, about 6,000 people remain evacuated and 4,830 structures are threatened.
The enclosure on the flame decreased to 3 percent.
Cranston Fire Card: Where Idyllwild Burns Brushfire
Gov. Explaining the state of emergency, Jerry Brown ordered California State Emergency Services to grant state assistance to Riverside County and suspended a one-week waiting period for unemployment benefits for unemployed people who were unemployed as a result of the Cranston fire.
The Blaze Starts around noon Wednesday as a result of the arson, according to authorities. A 32-year-old Temecula man, Brandon N. McGlover, was later arrested and taken to five cases for alleged firing of several fires in Riverside County. His bail was priced at $ 1
The Riverside County Sheriff Department carried out evacuations in the following areas:
– Apple Canyon Area
– Cedar Glen
– Camp Scherman Girl Scout Camp
– Fern Valley
– Garner Valley
– Hurkey Creek area
– Lake Hemet area
– Mountain Community
– Mt San Jacinto State Park
– Pine Cove  An evacuation center was established at Banning High School ( 100 W. Westward Ave. Banning).
But some homeowners were determined to stay and take a stand against the flames.
"Once the wind hit, man, it was just amazing," said Idyllwild resident Mario Deniz. "Everyone's gone, and we were the last ones here, but, you know, it's our houses, what can we do?"
Flames avoided the house of Idyllwild resident Suzanna Croffer, but her neighbor was not so lucky.
"Our neighboring house was totally unbelievable," she said. "Your house is completely gone."
About 1,000 firefighters were east of Hemet, where the bushfire burned along Highway 74, with wood, shrubs, and chaparral up to 6 feet high.
Two firefighters suffered unknown injuries.
The fire also caused power outages for about 4,000 people in Idyllwild, according to SoCal Edison on Thursday. The community was the most smoke-filled, as firefighters believed the fire could reach the area.
The emergency personnel represented a number of authorities, including Cal Fire, the Riverside and Los Angeles County fire brigades, and the San Bernardino National Forest
They were supported by fire-retardant drops of air tankers and a decline in wind conditions in the area on Friday ,
Brown's explanation also applied to Shasta County, where the Carr Fire burned more than 44,000 acres and more
HWY 74 from Hemet City to HWY 371 at Paradise Corner
HWY 243 from Banning to the intersection of HWY 243 and HWY 74  Recovery closures
Mt. San Jacinto State Park:
Desert View Trail
Small Round Valley Campground
Long Valley Trail
Palm Springs Aerial Cableway
Round Valley Trail
Round Valley Trail
San Jacinto Peak Trail
Strawberry Junction Campground
Tamarack Valley Campground
Wellmans Divide Trail
San Bernardino National Forest:
Black Mountain Group Campground
Boulder Basin Campground
Cedar Springs Trail 4EI7
Dark Canyon Campground
Deer Springs Campground
Deer Springs Trail to Suicide Rock 3E17 to 3E33
Devil's Slide Trail
Ernie Maxwell Scenic Path 3E07
Fern Basin Campground
Fobes Trail 4E04
Hurkey Creek Campsite
Lake Fulmor Daily Floor Space
Lake Hemet Picnic Area
Little Round Valley Campground
Marion Mountain Cam Pound
State Highway 74 Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) N
San Jacinto Wilderness
Seven Pines Trail 2E13
Skunk Cabbage Route 3E42
South Ridge Trail 3E08
Spitler Peak Trail 3E22
Stone Creek Yellow Post Locations
Tahquitz Peak Fire Lookout
Residents can call 951-358-7329 for direct assistance with call themselves moving animals.
– Large animals may be went to Dysart Equestrian Park – 2101 W Victory Ave in Banning.
– Small animals can also be found in Dysart Equestrian Park – 2101 W. Victory Ave. in exile. Animal Services will transfer them to the San Jacinto Valley Animal Campus.
– The San Jacinto Valley Animal Campus at 581 S. Grand in San Jacinto accepts all pets, both pets and large animals.
– All Animals (Large and Small) Also Accepted at San Jacinto Valley Animal Campus
– Coachella Valley Animal Campus at 72050 Pet Land Place at Thousand Palms is open only for small animals.
(Copyright © 2018 KABC-TV, All Rights Reserved.)