Published Wednesday, July 27, 2022, 1115 hours PT for Tuesday Fire Activity.

Monday was a busy day for wildfires throughout Washington State. This is our Wildfire activity sit report for both Tuesday and Wednesday.

JULY 26, 2022, TUESDAY:

BROOKS CREEK FIRE: Fire resources were dispatched nine miles up Brooks Creek Road off of Hwy 530 in Oso for a wildfire named the BROOKS CREEK FIRE in Snohomish County at 0938 hours PT. CAS40 DEM32 E5202 E5203 E5204 Kul Hand Crew were deployed as mutual aid. All-in-all, there was only one acre of grass and shrub burned. It could have been much worse due to the extremely hot weather we are having in the area. Dispatch Comm Center: WA – NDC.

Credit: Oso FD

Local units from Oso Fire Department, Snohomish County Fire Districts 21 (City of Arlington), 22 (Getchell Fire/Arlington), and North County Regional Fire Authority aka North County Fire/EMS (Stanwood), were on the initial fire call around 2229 hours on Monday, July 25, 2022.

GOLF COURSE FIRE: Firefighters responded to the GOLF COURSE FIRE, located along the Sand Trail Road near the Gamble Sands Golf Course, east of Brewster and said to be on the reservation above the Gebbers Farms in Okanogan County. Limited information.

LANIGAN SPRING FIRE: The Lanigan Spring Wildfire broke out in Cle Elum in Kittitas County and resources were dispatched via the WA – NEC as mutual aid resources at 1808 hours PT. Fire resources kept the spread and held the fire from burning more than less than an acre of grass. The fire was contained and controlled at 1851 hours PT.

MALLOT FIRE: Unknown location where the fire was located. Dispatched at 2055 hours on Tuesday night via the Colville Agency MT Tolman Dispatch Center.

MARBLE ROAD FIRE: Fire resources and assets were dispatched at 1503 hours on Tuesday, July 26, 2022, via WA – NEC Dispatch Center. Location: Marble Valley Basin in Stevens County. Less than one acre of grass burned. Contained at 1526 hours. Controlled at 1650 hours PT.

NILLES FIRE: This incident was located south of Leahy Junction in Douglas County. Fire personnel and assets were dispatched via the WA – CWC Dispatch Center to the area at 0627 hours PT. About 589 acres of grass and brush were consumed. It has since been contained at 1630 hours on July 26, 2022. CTD: $15,000.00 for fire suppression and containment effort expenses.

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