UPDATE (October 1, 2017 5:10 p.m.): According to the Kern County Fire Department the Lakewood fire is now 100 percent contained.
Cher Nagle and her son who were affected have set up a YouCaring page
UPDATE (9/30 7:15 a.m.) Cal Fire tweeted early Saturday morning that the Lakewood Fire is 40 acres and 90 percent contained.
On Saturday Kern County Fire Department said they expected full containment sometime Sunday.
UPDATE (9/30 7:15 a.m.) Cal Fire tweeted early Saturday morning that the Lakewood Fire is now 50 acres and 25 percent contained.
Kern County Fire Department said last night crews worked all night mopping up and securing the fire line. Today crews will continue to secure the lines and keep the fire North of Piute Road, South of Commercial Street, East of Larch Street and West of Bodfish Canyon Road.
Weather and terrain will continue to be a factor and expected containment will be tomorrow morning.
UPDATE (9/29 11:22 p.m.) - Kern County Fire is now calling this the Lakewood Fire, that started around 4 p.m. Friday near Lake Isabella in Bodfish.
When firefighters arrived on scene, a mobile home on Lakewood Court was completely engulfed in flames. Winds quickly spread the fire toward the hillside and at one point, threatened 30 homes, KCFD said.
One woman was burned and the mobile home was destroyed, Kern County Fire said.
The woman, who family members on social media said is Cher Nagle, is being treated for minor injuries. No other homes were damaged.
More than 50 acres have burned and the fire is 10% contained. Crews will monitor hotspots throughout the night and into Saturday morning.
Kern County Fire is working on the Lacewood fire in Bodfish.
As of right now only 25 to 30 acres have been burned.
We will continue to update you on the Lacewood fire as more information comes in.