New! | Hwy 530 Fire | DNR | Near Oso, Washington

Updated:  5/12/2016 2225PDT



Date / Time:   5/12/2016. Time unknown. 2 hours ago, Social media began reporting a brush fire now being reported as a wildfire.

Location:  18633 Hwy 530, Arlington and near Oso, Washington.  We are unsure if this is in the area where the deadly landslides hit the area in the past.

Cause:  Unknown.



DNR Response:  We have checked their WildCad with no information found pertaining to their response.  We have reached out to them via Twitter for updated details pertaining to their response and fire details.



Temps:  56 degrees.

Precipitation:  0%.

Humidity:  76%.

Winds:  6 mph.



Social Media Frenzy:   Mainstream media is reporting this brush fire turned wildfire about 2 hours ago.

Fire Reports:  Media was reporting that the winds were picking up and local FD firefighters had pulled out of the area, going back into service while DNR resources were en route to the fire scene.  We have not been able to confirm that with DNR officials.

Fire Images:  Fire Images are burning up all over Social Media.  We have not reposted due to copyrights.  If you’d like to share your photos and stories with us, we’d love to give you full photo credit.  (



According to DNR’s Fire Dispatch CAD, here are some of the today’s fire incidents that have occurred throughout Washington State:

1113 PDT:  #276AveFire. Camas (Clark County).  Turned over to Landowner.

1130 PDT:  #JenningsRdFire.  Troutlake (Klicktat County).  .25 acres. Contained @ 1356 PDT.

1449 PDT:  #AugustRdFire.  August Road. (Lewis County).  Grass, brush, timber slash. Brush resources on-scene.



We are signing off for the evening but we will provide updates as we receive them. Thanks for reading and following along with us on fire incidents, stories and happenings.

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