A procession for Charles Edward Morton, a 39-year-old veteran hotshot who died in the on-going El Dorado fire last week, will include a U.S. Forest Service honor guard and the California Highway Patrol and start at the San Bernardino County coroner’s main office Tuesday morning, Sept. 22, at 10:30 a.m.

It will conclude at Ferrara Colonial Mortuary in Orange.

Morton died Thursday while fighting the El Dorado in the San Bernardino Mountains, San Bernardino National Forest officials said. He was a crew boss with the Big Bear Hotshots, one of a 100 or so elite teams in the country that go into remote areas of wildfires and cut breaks just with the tools the crew members carry in.

Charles Morton (U.S. Forest Service)

The route:

  • San Bernardino County coroner’s main office at 175 S. Lena Road in San Bernardino
  • South on Lena Road to Mill Street
  • West on Mill Street to Waterman Avenue
  • South on Waterman to I-215 South Riverside Freeway
  • South to SR-91 to Imperial Highway
  • South on Imperial Highway to Santiago Canyon Road
  • West on Santiago Canyon Road to Hewes Street
  • South on Hewes Street
  • Arrive at Ferrara Colonia Mortuary, 351 N. Hewes St., Orange

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