Update 3 | Proctor Creek aka goldbarfire | WA DNR | Washington State

Updated 5/13/16  2143 PDT

 

INCIDENT SUMMARY

Date / Time:   Dispatched 5/13/2016 @ 1611 PDT.

Command:   Unified Command – Monroe FD w/USFS and W

Cause:  Unknown..

Location:  4200 block on Hwy 2 off of FS Rd 62 in Gold Bar, Washington.  Burning on private land currently but at the top of the hillside is 100% DNR land. (per DNR Wildcad)   Updated:  5 miles E of Gold Bar.

Fire Fuels:  Unknown.

Photo Credit: Snohomish County Fire District 7.

Photo Credit: Snohomish County Fire District 7.

 

INCIDENT HISTORY

May 13, 2016 – Friday  16

1611 PDT

  • Active
  • Fast forward spread.
  • Hotspots starting, being spotted by Air Support.
  • Originally reported as 15 ac wildfire on slope wtih heavy thermal column
  • 2nd Alarm called.

Acres:

  • 30 acres and growing.
  • Per WA DNR PIO.

Conditions:

  • Tough terrain for crews.
  • Wind-driven

Containment Status:  

  • 0%

Tactics:

  • Buck drops by Snohomish Co Sheriff Office’s

1930 PDT

  • 1 spot fire and extinguished.
  • Fire on the South side of the drainage
  • South of their current position
  • Visible flame length
  • Fire growing rapidly.

2000 PDT

  • Location updated by WA DNR (see the above the update)
  • DNR states:  Jurisdiction 1 Engine, resources on-scene

2036 PDT

  • Level 1 Evacuation Orders given to South side of Hwy 2 between 437th Drive SE & Forest Service Rd 62.

 

Photo Credit: Snohomish Fire District 7

Photo Credit: Snohomish Fire District 7

RESOURCES

Fire Apparatus:

  • Brush 66
  • Ladder 20
  • Brush 66
  • Brush 71
  • Brush 53
  • Tender

Incident Cooperators:

  • Monroe FD
  • Gold Bar FD
  • Shoreline FD
  • Woodinville FD
  • US Forest Service
  • WA DNR
  • Snohomish County Fire Dist #26
  • Snohomish County Fire Dist #7
  • Snohomish County Fire Dist #3
  • Getchell Fire

Aviation:

  • SNOHawk10 (Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office) providing water drops, aerial lookout for ground fire crews.

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