HORNBROOK, Calif. (AP) – California officials say they are temporarily closing a hatchery and two other public areas because of their proximity to a deadly blaze near the Oregon state line. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife says the Iron Gate Fish Hatchery along the Klamath River, the Klamathon Road fishing access below the hatchery and the Horseshoe Ranch Wildlife Area have been closed as a precaution. It said Friday staff will remain at the hatchery in Siskiyou for the time being. The department says it’s not known when the facilities will reopen. Officials say fire crews found the body of a person killed in the fire but gave no other details.