UPDATE 3 | AUGUST 6, 2021
The CUB CREEK 2 FIRE started on July 16, 2021, around 1327 hours PT, is burning about five miles north of Grand Coulee, Washington.
The cause is still unknown and under investigation.
Fire crews have extinguished a new start on the western flank. USFS crews supported local ground and air resources on fires: Cub Creek 2 and other wildfire incidents nearby. Mop-ups are occurring in some areas.
About 679 fire personnel are still attached to this incident.
The fire is being managed by an IMT1, SW Team 2 (Bales).
Incident Cooperators include WA DNR, Okanogan County Fire District #6, Okanogan County, WSP, WSDOT, OCEC, City of Winthrop, City of Twisp and WA State Parks.
There has been 61,391 acres of brush and timber burned with a 24% containment status. The fire behavior remains moderate. Some homes are still being threatened.
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