Published Saturday, July 30, 2022
This is the northwest wildfire activity report for Saturday, July 30th, as of 1545 hours PT. This includes both Washington and Oregon.
WA | ELK HORN FIRE
A wildfire broke out in Pierce County this morning around 0959 hours, where WA DNR resources were dispatched as mutual aid. The fire was said to be a small-sized fire. The fire was contained and controlled at 1215 hours and is currently in patrol status.
WA | CASH BUTTE FIRE
CASH BUTTE FIRE is still showing as an incident after resources were dispatched at 0902 this morning for a wildfire call in Cash Butte and southwest of Royal City in Grant County. About 1.5 acres of grass, brush, and timber have been reportedly burned. The Incident Commander is Madsen in addition to the resources CREW-6201, E6695, and, E82.
WA | HUNTERS ROAD FIRE
The HUNTERS ROAD FIRE is located in the Hunters Campground in Stevens County, four acres of grass and shrub have been burned. Firefighters and resources via the WA DNR NEC Dispatch Center were dispatched Saturday (7/30/2022) afternoon at 1446 hours PT. Some of the resources include FP18, H344, NC25, NC7305, NC7306, and, SPA310. They arrived on the scene at 1451 hours PT. This is an open incident. Source(s): wildCAD
OR | HUNTINGTON FIRE
Early this morning at 0358 hours PT, firefighter assets and resources were dispatched via the Vale Dispatch Center to Huntington in the Burnt River area for a wildfire call. About one total acre was burned. It was contained at 0610 hours PT.
WA | NORTH SCATTER FIRE
Resources were dispatched at 1037 hours this morning to Scatter Creek in Kittitas County for a wildfire, where less than one acre of timber litter was burned. The fire was held back and contained/controlled at 1244 hours PT.
WA | REECER CREEK FIRE
REECER CREEK FIRE, a wildfire burning in Reecer Creek in Kittitas County has had 20.2 acres destroyed according to WA DNR’s wildCAD. Fire fuels include grass, shrub, and timber. The current Incident Commander is Kittitas 26. Resources include ANTANUM CREW-33, E4106, E4303, and KIT27.
OR | RESOURCE ORDERS
Firefighters and equipment were dispatched via the Central Oregon Interagency Dispatch Center at 1314 hours this afternoon to respond to Redmond, Oregon to support the GACC, as well as through the John Day Interagency Dispatch Center at 1410 and 1448 hours PT.
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