As firefighters continue to battle the Station fire, which crested the hill Thursday and appeared shortly after 12 p.m. to be headed toward La Cañada, city officials said no structures have been threatened, nor have any evacuations been ordered.
As of 9:15 p.m., Sgt. Gary Ogureck of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station said evacuations are pending.
"There are pending evacuations," Ogureck said. "These evacuations are north of Starlight Crest on Angeles Crest Highway, on the sidestreets."
Fire Information Officer with Angeles National Forest Diane Cahir echoed the statement, saying they're thinking of evacuating, but have not yet.
"You'll know when evacuations commence," Cahir said. "The [CV Sheriff's Station] will blare through loud speakers to get out."
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Capt. Bruce Davis of Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Station 19 in La Cañada confirmed there were no homes threatened as of early this afternoon. “We’re trying to hold it at the crest [of the mountain range],” Davis said, adding that the department is “hoping there’s no wind” that might drive the blaze into the city.