Due to the high number of wildfires here in Washington State, we will be grouping them together here.
COLUMBIA PLATEAU FIRE – Martindale – Franklin County
Fire resources dispatched at 1436 hours PDT to Martindale in Franklin County. Assets and resources include: BATT-603, Engines 341, 373, 6695, (BLM) 672.117 acres of heavy sage destroyed.
DEEP CREEK FIRE – Alladin Road – Stevens County
Fire resources include H344, NC 41+Crew, 7303 and 7304 are o/s of a wildfire which dispatched their agencies and equipment at 1746 hours PDT. They arrived o/s at 1818 hours. Less than one acre has been currently burned.
JOURNEY FIRE – Thurston County
Firefighters were dispatched at 1610 hours to a fire in an unknown part of this County for a wildfire that included fire fuels: grass and brush. Engines 8213, EIDE and IC Cooper are still out-of-service at the scene. Less than one acre burned. No cause is known.
MOOSE JAW FIRE – Pend Oreille County
Fire crews are o/s of a wildfire located on Moose Jaw Road in Pend Oreille County, which were dispatched at 1751 hours and o/s at 1815 hours. AR450, 451 and 62 have arrived. 0.01 acres. Cause unknown.
PK CANYON FIRE – Smith Canyon -Franklin County
Crew 6201 and a BLM (6696) engine were dispatched today at 1131 hours to a wildfire located in Smith Canyon in Franklin County. 104 acres of grass and brush destroyed. Fire was contained this evening at 1830 hours PDT.
RIGGS CANYON FIRE – North Riggs Canyon – Kittitas County
Firefighters and equipment were dispatched today at 1255 hours PDT. Resources included: Ahtanum 20 crew, crews 33, 83 and engines 331, 332. Helicopter 346. SE 139, 426, 461, 463, 468, 561, 721 and SE Martin, Pollack and Slyfiel. 50 acres of grass, brush and timber have been burned.
SPRING FIRE – Boulder Cave – Kittitas County
Fire assets and resources include: Engines 381 and 382 to Boulder Cave at 1758 hours PDT. 0.12 acres. Fire fuels are timber and logs.
UPPER JOE FIRE – Grade Creek – Chelan County
Crews 52, 74 and Engines 321, 353 with SE 125, 146 and Escobar were dispatched at 1342 hours PDT to Grade Creek in Chelan County. The fire has consumed 14.5 acres of grass and brush.
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