UPDATE 1 – Saturday, September 8, 2018
A wildfire is burning on the Deschutes National Forest and 17 miles southeast of Bend, Oregon that was human-caused and that started on Friday, September 7th from an abandoned campfire.
The fire has burned about 2,000 acres with a 0% containment status.
This is a wind-driven wildfire that is active with spotting. Gusty winds have caused the fire to spot outside of its containment lines. A dozer and several SEATs attacked the spot fire stopping it at 50 acres. The overall fire has been 100% lined.
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