Crescent Mtn Fire | Monday, September 4 – 0930 PDT
Incident Summary | The Crescent Mountain Fire started on July 29, 2018, in the Headwaters of the Twisp River Valley which is located about 21 miles west of Twisp, Washington. The fire was ignited by lightning that struck the area causing many fire starts.
Fire Size | The fire has scorched 46,650 acres of lodgepole pine, true fire and sub-alpine fir. Crews have reached a 35% containment status.
Threats | About 196 homes are currently being threatened.
Resources | There are 835 total personnel assigned to this incident along with 23 crews, 25 helicopters and 39 engines.
Current Fire Status | Fire continues to spread in the Mission Peak area on Sunday. Construction of control lines continue from Libby Creek area to Foggy Dew. Today’s focus will also be on mop-up operations with hand crews and engines.
Cost-to-Date | $24.3 Million.
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