KITSAP COUNTY, WASHINGTON
Two wildfires broke out on Friday, June 14, 2019, in Kitsap, Washington.
A fire broke out in the Kachess Campground in eastern Washington State at the boat ramp. Firefighters were dispatched at 1307 hours to where the fire was burning in logs (fire fuels). They quickly contained and brought the fire under control then put it out completely at 1320 hours PDT. Less than one acre was burned.
Coleman Pasture Fire
A fire broke out on Coleman Creek Road and subsequently fire crews and equipment were dispatched through the Central Washington Interagency Communications Center to respond on Friday at 1154 hours. Logs were fire fuels. The fire was put out shortly around 1257 hours. Less than one acre was burned.
(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – 6/14/2019 – 2200 hours PDT