UPDATE 3 – JULY 13, 2021 – 2155 PT
A fast-moving wildfire has ignited in the 3300 block of Red Apple Road between Monitor and Cashmere (Chelan County), Washington, named the IRISH LANE FIRE.
It was reported on Tuesday, July 13th at 1656 hours PT.
Cause is unknown at this time.
The following resources have been dispatched CHELAN-25 CHELAN-26 CHELAN-27 CHELAN-60 CREW-74 E-4101 E-4103 E-4104 E-4105 E-4201 E-4203 E-6695 E-6696 PATROL-604 with IC Escobar as of 7/13/2021 @ 1930 hours PT.
Incident Cooperators Include the Lake Wenatchee Fire & Rescue, Chelan County Emergency Management, Seventh Day Adventist Church, American Red Cross, Chelan County Sheriff.
This is the IRISH LANE FIRE. It has already burned 200 acres and is growing rapidly. Previously reported in the WA DNR Wildcad at 300 acres, but has since been reduced back down.
- 3rd alarm (unknown time requested)
- 2nd alarm at 1909 hours PT.
- 1st alarm at 1856 hours PT.
EVACUATIONS IN PROGRESS
LEVEL 3 (GO NOW) > for all businesses and residences north of Easy Street from US 2 to Warm Springs Canyon Road.
LEVEL 2 (GET SET) > For homes above Easy Street from Eagle Rock.
LEVEL 1 (GET READY) > Red Apple Road, northeast side of Hwy 2.
Red Cross Shelter as of 2130 hours PT at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, 508 N Western Avenue.
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