WASHINGTON — A small brush fire ignited on Sunday, May 30th around 1500 hours PT. The fire is named the ROAD 20 FIRE for its location on Road 20 NW in Douglas County.
CAUSE — Unknown and under investigated by the Bureau of Land Management, also known as BLM.
SIZE UP — 20 acres. Unknown containment status. (DCFD5 update 22:20)
RESOURCES — BLM, Douglas County Fire Districts 1,2, 4 and 5, Chelan County Fire District 7, WA DNR along two Rotors.
FIRE STATUS — Some resources have been released. On Monday, May 31st, additional BLM and DCFD5 crews will be on-scene to assist with full containment and mop-up operations. No movement on the fire is expected tonight. (Per DCFD5)
WA DNR is stating the fire has been contained as of 2030 PT.
EVACUATIONS — None.
THREATENED — No structures, infrastructure or assets are under threat.
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(c) 2021 NW Fire Blog – Update 2 — 5/30/2021 2300 Hours PT