The Wildfire Log | California | August 16, 2019

Due to the large number of large incidents burning across the United States, we will be breaking down wildfires burning in each State separately. We may miss one or a few but we promise, we will get caught up as we glean information from various verified sources.

Border 8 Fire | 1,500 acres | 60% contained

The Border 8 Fire is in the City of Tecate, southeast of San Deigo in Mexico County. The cause of this wildfire is unknown and under investigation.  Currently, they are in Unified Command with CAL Fire and Mexican Fire Agency Consulate Emergency Services FD.  At this time, the fire is threatening the City of Tecate, Mexico.

Border 9 Fire | 80 acres | 100% contained

The Border 9 Fire was located off of Marron Valley Road and Border Road, southeast of Dulzura in San Diego County.   The fire started on 8/15/2019 at 2:35pm from an unknown cause.  Fire agency deployed was with the CAL Fire’s San Diego County FD.

Cottage Fire | 156 acres | 90% contained

The Cottage Fire started on 8/15/2019 @ 1509 hours on Dersch Road and Cottage Hill Drive, northeast of Anderson.  The cause, like others are unknown and under investigation for the CAL Fire’s Shasta-Trinity Unit.  There are still 8 personnel assigned to this incident.

Gaines Fire | 1,300 acres  | 5% contained

The Gaines Fire started on 8/16/2019 from a cause that is unknown and under investigation. It is located in Mt. Gaines Road x Bear Valley Road in Bear Valley (Mariposa County).  CAL FIRE’s Madera – Mariposa – Merced Unit firefighters are deployed on this incident.

–> Evacuation Advisory |  Bear Valley, Pendola Garden Road and Hwy 49 <–

Hunter Fire | 423 acres | 60% contained

The Hunter Fire is located about 6 miles southwest of Bear Valley in the Merced-Mariposa Unit of CAL Fire’s area.  Fire fuels include tall grass.  Fire behavior is moderate.  There are currently, 77 fire personnel along with 2 crews, 13 engines.  Cost-to-date is $250,000.

Mill Fire | 310 acres | 98% contained

The Mill fire is located on USFS land on the Los Padres National Forest and 5 miles east of Lucia.  At this time 310 acres of timber, chaparral and tall grass have been consumed.

Arrowhead Hotshot crew buggies

Mill Fire | Credit: USFS

There are still 25 fire personnel assigned with 1 engine.  Cost-to-date in suppression and containment expenses have reached $5.1 Million Dollars.

Moose Fire | 225 acres | 95% contained

The Moose fire started on 8/12/2019 @ 1710 hours PDT off of Moose Road and Bus McGall Road NW, northwest of Hopland.  The CAL Fire’s Mendocino Unit is the one working this incident.

Patterson Fire | 35 acres | 90% contained

The Patterson Fire started on 8/15/2019, from an unknown cause and is still under investigation. This fire is located on Patterson Drive, south of Placerville in El Dorado County.  Fire crews are mopping up hot spots and patrolling throughout the night.  Fire Unit:  CAL Fire’s Amador-El Dorado Unit.  All evacuation orders have been lifted.  There are 2 engines and 10 fire personnel attache


(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated 2100 hours PDT on 8/16/2019

US Wildfire Log | Large Incidents | August 15, 2019

Fire Season has been fairly active in some states, while others are slowly burning.  Here is a current Sit Rep for all fires currently burning or have recently ignited. They are being listed by the acre burned, state and then by the fire name.

Fire Fact: There has been 22 new wildfires that have ignited in the Northwest area in the last 24 hours.  One of them turned into a large incident, while there are still 7 wildfires still burning in this area.

45,359 acres | Washington State | Williams Flats Fire

The Williams Flats Fire is burning about 5 miles southeast of Keller.  Fire behavior is minimal with smoldering and creeping. Road and area closures are still in effect. Evacuation orders have all been lifted.  Command was transferred from an IMT2 (NW Team 8) back to the local unit as of today’s date.

View from DP 11

Williams Flats Fire | Credit: Colville Agency

There have been 45,359 acres that have been destroyed.  There is an 81% containment status.  According to the NIFC, there are 679 total personnel assigned along with 16 crews, 21 engines and 2 helicopters.

There have been 3 structures lost and a total losses have reached $14.2 Million Dollars.

13,119 acres | Oregon | Mile Post 97 Fire

The Mile Post 97 Fire is located 1 mile south of Canyonville and is being managed by the Oregon Department of Forestry firefighters.  About 13,119 acres of timber have been lost.  Fire behavior is minimal.   There is a 95% containment status at the moment.

There are 106 total personnel assigned along with 2 crews, 6 engines and 1 helicopter.

Total losses have reached a whopping $20 Million Dollars.

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Fire Fact:  There have been 26 new wildfires that have been sparked in the the Great Basin  Area in the last 24 hours, with two of them being large incidents and 5 of them still listed as being not contained.

16,526 acres | Nevada | Corta Fire

The Corta Fire is burning in the Elko District of BLM lands and about 8 miles southeast of Jiggs, Nevada.  The fire has destroyed 16,526 acres of timber, brush and tall grass.  Fire behavior has been reduced down to minimal activities with possibility of any future growth.   The current containment status is 98%.

Corta Fire scene from Harrison Pass Road

Corta Fire | Credit: USFS – HTNF

There are approximately 40 total personnel  along with 1 crew, 1 engine and no additional resources.  Total losses have reached $3.3 Million Dollars.

1,383 acres | Nevada | NEW Wood Canyon Fire

The Wood Canyon Fire ignited in the last 24 hours as being reported by Fire Managers to be located in the Carson City District of BLM.  It is located about 75 miles south of Winnemucca, Nevada.

Approximately 1,383 acres of timber, chaparral and short have been destroyed and there is only a 5% containment status. Fire behavior is active fire behavior with running, torching and spotting.

About 196 fire personnel and resources, along with 5 crews, 4 engines and 3 helicopters are deployed on this fire.

Costs have reached $250,000 to date.

505 acres | Utah | NEW Trumbull Fire

This NEW fire started within the last 24 hours and is being included to the possibility of becoming a large wildfire incident.  This fire is located in the Arizona Strip District on BLM lands and about 52 miles southeast of St. George, Utah.

There has been 505 acres of timber and light logging slash consumed.  There is a 0% containment status at this time.

Only 38 fire personnel are assigned to this incident but with the aid of 1 crew, 2 engines and 1 helicopter.

Current cost-to-date have reached $50,000.

Due to time constraints, we were unable to list all active large incidents but another update will be on Friday, August 15, 2019.

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated 8/15/2019 @ 2300 hours PDT


Fire District Purchases New Equipment in Washington State


The Pierce County Fire District #23 Fire & Rescue announced the purchase of two  new Stryker power cots and loading systems for two of their four ambulances.  The purchase will help reduce and hopefully prevent injuries to their firefighters and EMTs.

This will also enable their patients to be more comfortable and safer as they are being transported to the hospital.

No photo description available.

Credit | Pierce 23 Fire & Rescue (Facebook)

To see this new equipment in action, the public and residents are invited for their Annual Open House on Saturday, August 17, 2019, from 1000 hours to 1600 hours (10-4).  It will be held at the Ashford Fire Station located at 29815 SR 706, Ashford, WA 98328.

Additionally, the Air Care air ambulance will be arriving to the Open House at 1100 hours or 11 am.

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Courtesy | Pierce 23 Fire & Rescue

The equipment was purchased with the assistance of their Fire Commissioners.

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Credit | Pierce 23 Fire & Rescue (Facebook)

This is a great family event for those who live in the area or are fire buffs, like ourselves.


The Fire Department serves the southern portion of Pierce County considered to be the Upper Nisqually Valley to areas that include Ashford, Elbe and Alder, Washington.  It is home to 2,500 residents and travelers who pass to and from the southwest side of Mt. Rainier National Park.

No photo description available.

Credit | Pierce 23 Fire & Rescue

The Department has four different stations and 25 active volunteers that staff them, as well as one paid Chief.   They provide services to those in a 67-square mile that includes Route 7 and State Route 706, which can be busy due to high volume of traffic from those who work/play/live in the area.

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated @ 2215 PDT on 8/15/2019

The Wildfire Report | Washington State | August 10, 2019

The Wildfire Report, is all about wildfires in Washington State and beyond.  Here is a summary wildfire activity that has occurred on this summer day in August.

Each wildfire is listed by the dispatch call time, Wildfire name and location.

We appreciate you reading and following our Fire Blog.  Much appreciated for all those in the Fire, EMS and Law Enforcement professions everywhere. – LR


2002 PDT | Gold Lake Road Fire | Colville Indian Reservation.

Crews were dispatched via the Mt. Tolman Dispatch Center this even around 2002 hours to Gold Lake Road.

This is an open incident.

1931 PDT | Dreyer Fire | Barrett Creek, Ferry County.

HI 7101, 7105 and 7109 were dispatched at 1931 hours to Barrett Creek for a wildfire.  They arrived at 2006 hours.  Fire fuels are grass, brush, slash and light timber. 0.1 acre.

This still an open incident.

1746 PDT | Moe Ridge Fire | Moe Ridge, Chelan County.

Fire crews were dispatched at 1746 hours to the Moe Ridge area the CWICC in Chelan County.  Fire fuels include grass and brush.  0.1 acre.

Contained @ 1830 PDT; Controlled/Out at 1900 PDT.

1744 PDT ALICE MAY FIRE | Bodie Mountain, Stevens County.

Resources are still showing responding as of 1747 hours. NEWAICC Dispatch Center.

This is an open incident.

1712 PDT | Sandy Fire | Sandy, Lewis County.

Fire crews were dispatched via the Pacific Cascade Dispatch Center to a wildfire in Lewis County.  Crews assigned were Engine 266 and IC Stigall. Fire was held at 0.01 acre and under control at 1805 hours PDT.

In patrol status.

1533 PDT | Round Top Fire | Pass Creek Pass, Pend Oreille County.

Dispatched at 1533 hours PDT.  Limited information.  Rapellers are on order. NEWAICC Dispatch Center.

This is an open incident.

1437 PDT | Salmon Creek Fire | Tenino, Thurston County.

A fire prompted crews to be dispatched via the South Puget Sound Dispatch Center to Salmon Creek in Thurston County.  Fire fuels included grass, brush and stumps.  0.1 acre.

In patrol status.

1300 PDT | Second Strike Fire | Olympia, Thurston County.

A wildfire prompted more resources to be deployed to Olympia for a wildfire we are guessing was caused by lightning.  Fire fuels included duff.  The fire was limited to 0.01 acre.

Contained at 1300 PDT; Controlled at 1345 PDT.  In patrol status.

1012 PDT | Cedar Strike Fire | Olympia, Thurston County.

Crews were dispatched to the Olympia area in Thurston County at 1012 hours, where a fire was burning in grass and brush.  It was limited to 0.1 acres.

Contained at 1135 hours.  Controlled at 1230 hours PDT.  

1201 PDT | McCumber Spring Fire | McCumber Spring, Klickitat County.

Resources and equipment were dispatched to the McCumber Spring area at 1201 hours, located in Klickitat County. Brush and light timber were fuels.  0.1 acre. CWICC Dispatch Center.

Contained at 1358 PDT.

1107 PDT | Marble 4 Fire | Marble Mountain, Skamania County.

Crews were dispatched at 1107 PDT via the Pacific Cascade Dispatch Center  where a wildfire was burning grass, brush and timber.  Crews successfully limited the fire to 0.1 acre.  It was brought under control and contained at 1400 PDT.

Fire out at 1503 PDT.

0806 PDT | Girl Scout Fire | Dog Mountain, Skamania County.

Resources were dispatched to Dog Mountain at 0816 this morning where grass and brush were burning.  0.1 acre.

Contained, controlled and out at 0921 PDT.

0647 PDT | Alpha Fire | Alpha, Lewis County.

This wildfire was dispatched early this morning and put out. It was limited to 0.2 acres.

In patrol status.



Devore Creek Fire | Stehekin, Washington

Aerial view of the fire on August 7, 2109.

Devore Creek Fire | Courtesy/Inciweb

A wildfire sparked by lightning began on 7/23/2019, which is located 3 miles southwest of Stehekin, Washington.  Approximately 450 acres of heavy timber have been destroyed in the Okanogan – Wenatchee National Forest.   The fire behavior has been reported to be minimal with creeping, backing and flanking.

Lead Agency is the USDA Forest Service.  About 58 personnel have been deployed to the front lines alongside one crew and two helicopters.

Cost-to-date have reached $1.1 Million dollars.

This an open incident.  0% contained.

North Mill Creek Fire | Colville, Washington

The North Mill Creek Fire is located 13 miles northeast of Colville.  This fire started from an unknown cause on 8/8/2019.  It is currently under investigation.

The fire has burned approximately 497 acres of timber. Lead Agency is USDA Forest Service.  There are 75 personnel assigned along with the 2 crews and 5 engines.  An IMT3 assumed command on 8/9/2019.

Open incident. 10% containment.

Williams Flats Fire | Keller, Washington

Hand crew conducting burnout operations on the Williams Flat Fire.

William Flats Fire | Courtesy/Inciweb

The Williams Flats Fire ignited from lightning on 8/2/2019.

The fire has burned 43,000 acres of grass and brush.   It is moving east and has crossed over the Brody Creek Road and Redford Canyon areas.  Fire behavior is now minimal that is creeping, flanking and smoldering, which means crews are getting an upper hand on the fire ground.  Mop-up operations will be in effect for Divisions Alpha and Bravo, with continue with line scouting, construction and road improvements in Divisions Foxtrot and Ida.  Limited movement is expected by Fire Managers.

There are approximately 36 homes and 20 minor structures that are still being threatened.  Lead Agency is Colville Tribal Agency.  Approximately, 1203 personnel are assigned along with 32 crews, 8 helicopters and 51 engines.

Total cost-to-date for fire suppression and containment expenses have toppled to $8.7 Million Dollars due to personnel, equipment, resources and one home that was lost.

This is an open incident.  40% containment reached.

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated 8/10/2019 @ 2230 PDT

The Wildfire Report | Pacific NW | August 9 2019

Thank you for reading our The Wildfire Report, a listing of wildfires for Friday, August 9, 2019.  This includes incidents for the Pacific Northwest in Washington and Oregon States.

Scanner feed for the South Central Washington and Northeast Oregon Fire Agencies came alive around 2230 hours PDT with reports of new wildfire starts from lots of lightning and hailstorms.  Additionally, reports of flash flooding due to heavy rains and high winds, along with large hail pellets were reported and said to be causing extensive damage.  Power outages were being felt by many in multiple hard-hit areas.


2115 PDT | Wygant Fire | I-84, Milepost 84 , Oregon

A recent wildfire shows via wildCAD that there were fire resources dispatched via the Columbia Cascade Communication Center to mile post on I-84 in an unknown part of Oregon State.  Crews have kept the fire to a minimum of 0.1 acre so far.

This is an open incident.

2034 PDT | 0721 OD Fire | Pilot Butte Ridgeline, Oregon

Limited information.

This is an open incident.

2030 PDT | 0720 OD Fire | Triangle Hill, Oregon

Engine 9551 dispatched.

This is an open incident.

1925 PDT | 0712 OD Fire | Trout Creek Butte, Oregon

Located 2 miles north of Trout Creek Butte in Oregon.

This is an open incident.

1920 PDT | 0711 NW Fire | Cultus MT, Oregon

This is an open incident.

1920 PDT | 0710 NW Fire | Tumalo Reservoir, Oregon

Located north of the Tumalo Reservoir.

This is an open incident.

1919 PDT  | Riddle Fire | Tom Jenkins Ranch, Oregon

Crews were dispatched via the Burns Interagency Communications Center to respond to the Tom Jenkins Ranch for a wildfire at 1919 hours PDT.  Fire fuels include grass, brush and timber.  0.1 acres burned.

This is an open incident.

1910 PDT | 0709 OD Fire | Geneva Road, Oregon

Engine 9563 dispatched at 1910 hours this evening. Located east of Geneva Road.  0.1 acres.

Contained at 2041 hours. Controlled at 2041 hours PDT.

1843 PDT | Warthog Fire | Moffitt Table, Oregon

This fire is located east of Moffitt Table in Oregon, where crews were dispatched via the Burns Interagency Communications Center at almost seven this evening.  Fire fuels include grass, brush and timber. IC Bailey is on-scene.

This is an open incident.

1755 PDT | Soggy Fire | Trail Flat area, Oregon

Resources were dispatched via the Burns Interagency.

Open incident.

1704 PDT | Hollow 0696 RS Fire | Sulfur Butte, Oregon

Dispatched via the Central Oregon Interagency Dispatch Center at 1704 hours PDT.  Resources included Engines 420, 625 and 628.  15 acres burned.

This is an open incident.

1608 PDT | Scatter Creek Fire | Tieton Meadows (Yakima County), Washington State

A wildfire has been sparked by an unknown cause.  Fire resources were dispatched at 1608 hours this afternoon.  Fire fuels include single trees. No word on the status of the acreage burning and containment status.

Fire being monitored as of 1844 hours PDT.

1603 PDT | Hogback Fire | Shoe Lake  (Yakima County), Washington State

Fire resources were dispatched this afternoon to the Shoe Lake area for a wildfire at 1603 hours.  Fire fuels were single trees.   No word on the status of the acreage burning and containment status.

Fire being monitored as of 1844 hours PDT.

1305 PDT | Whites Ridge Fire | Whites Ridge (Yakima County), WA

Fire broke out and prompted resources to be dispatched through the Central Washington Interagency Communications Center earlier in the afternoon today to Whites Ridge.  Resources included WA DNR SE-540 and 561 with IC as Schwenn as of 1454 PDT.  Crews have held the fire to 0.1 acres.  Fire fuels include:  grass, timber and snags.

Open Incident as of the time this was posted.

1147 PDT | Kidder Fire | Rochester (Thurston County), Washington State

Firefighters were dispatched via the South Puget Sound Dispatch Center to Rochester where a wildfire ignited.  Fire fuels included brush, grass and light timber.  Acreage was limited to .15 acres.

Contained at 1300 hours.  Controlled at 1500 hours. In Patrol status.

0955 PDT | Hereford Meadow Fire  | Quartz Mountain (Kittitas County), Washington

Earlier this morning, resources and assets were deployed via the Central Washington Interagency Communications Center at 0955 hours to Quartz Mountain.  This included Engines 331 and 332 along with IC Johnson.  Resources kept the fire to a minimum of .25 acres of destroyed timber.

Contained at 1852 PDT.

0735 PDT | Riverbend Fire | River Bend (Clark County), Washington State

Fire resources were dispatched via the Pacific Cascade Communications Center to River Bend in Clark County.  Fire fuels were brush.  Crews contained and controlled the wildfire at 0930 hours PDT.  The total acreage burned was .02 acres.

In patrol status.

0607 PDT | Jamieson Fire | Jamieson Lane (Spokane County), Washington State

Resources were dispatched via the Northeast Washington Interagency Communications Center early this morning, just past six-o’clock to Jamieson Lane in Spokane County.  Fire fuels included grass, brush and light timber. Total land burned as kept to 0.3 acre.

Contained at 0755 PDT.  Brought under control at 1000 PDT.

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated 8/9/2019 @ 2330 PDT

The Wildfire Log | Museum Fire in Arizona | 1

UPDATE 1 | JULY 21, 2019 

Incident Summary

A wildfire prompted fire personnel and equipment to be dispatched around 1142 hours MST on Sunday, July 21, 2019.

The fire was reported by multiple calls from the general public and from fire lookouts around 1100 hours.

Almost one hour later, multiple engines, crews, helicopters, fixed wing aircraft along with nearly 100 personnel were on-scene of the five-acre fire.

The fire’s cause has not been released and is currently under investigation.


Credit | Coconino NF


The fire is located north of Flagstaff, near Schultz Pass Road.


By almost 1330 Hours MST, the fire slowly grew to 20 acres.  Now at 1630 hours MST, the fire has been reported to have reached 400 acres of ponderosa pines and mixed conifer with a 0% containment status.


There are a total of 182 personnel and assets, which included 7 engines, 4 fuels crews, 2 hotshot crews, 14 patrol units, 2 dozers, 2 water tenders, 4 heavy air tankers, 4 SEATs (single engine air tankers), 3 Type Type-1 helicopters, 1 Type 3 helicopter, a VLAT (very large air tanker) and an air attack plane.

A Type 1 IMT Team 2 (SW IMT) is on order and will take command over this wildfire at 1800 hours MST on Monday evening.

Museum Fire near Dry Lake

Fire photo taken at 15 hours MST | Credit: Coconino NF

EOC Activated

The Coconino County Emergency Management and City of Flagstaff collectively, have activated the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in support of this wildfire named the MUSEUM FIRE.


An evacuation notice has been issued for the areas of Forest Road to Highway 89 (Mount Elden Lookout) and Schultz Pass Road to private land.   A pre-evacuation notice has also been issued for the area of Forest Road 420 to Friedlein Prairie.

The Coconino County Sheriff SAR members are assisting with evacuations.


An American Red Cross Shelter has been established at the Sinaqua Middle School. 3950 E. Butler Avenue, Flagstaff, Arizona 86004.

For emergency notifications and other notices, go to .

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated @ 1630 hours MST.


The Wildfire Log | Mile Post 7 Fire


A wildfire is burning off of I-82 and mile post 7 that began on Saturday, July 20th.

There has been a reported 26 acres of grass and brush scorched.

Resources included:  E-331 SE-426 SE-461 SE-463 SE-561 SE-MARTIN SE-POLLACK which were dispatched via the Central Washington Interagency Communications Center around 1745 hours PDT.

The fire is being reported by other sources that it has been contained around 2149 hours PDT.

Earlier fire suppression activities included WA DNR resources which included:  Rotors making bucket drops and hand crews. The County Fire Marshal was called out for a fire investigation.

#WAwildfires #FireSeason2019

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated at 2200 hours PDT



The Wildfire Log | Juniper Wind Tower Fire | 1

JULY 20, 2019 | UPDATE 1

KLICKITAT COUNTY, Wash. | A wildfire has prompted resources to be dispatched through the Central Washington Interagency Communications Center at 1659 hours on Saturday, July 20, 2019.  Resources included:  SE 722, 742, TSUBOTA.  More are en route.

The fire is named the JUNIPER WIND TUNNEL FIRE.

Approximately 300 acres of grass, brush and timber have been burned with the fire currently now  threatening structures and wind farms is located off of E Road, south of Bickleton, Washington State.

Washington State Fire Marshal’s Office (@wafiremarshal) has approved State Mobilization of resources as of 1930 this evening.

There are limited released details on this wildfire. We are working to gain more intel and will post a new update as information is received.

We are using the following hashtags for this fire #JuniperWindTowerFire #WAwildfires #FireSeason2019.

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog

The Wildfire Log | Cold Creek Fire Burns Near Hanford (WA) | 1

Incident Summary

A wildfire is burning in Benton County but is quickly approaching the Yakima County line in Washington State.  The fast moving fire was reported at 1600 hours at 1,000 acres with a 0% containment status.


The fire is burning near the Hanford Nuclear site and said to be about five miles south of the Vernita Bridge.


At 1605 hours, Washington State Department of Natural Resources or commonly called WA DNR Fire, dispatched through their communications center the following resources:  AA-10F BATT-603 CREW-6201 DIV-802 E-6695 BLM E-6696 BLM E-852 FB-205 FB-244 H-339 H-343 HT613CK PATROL-603 PATROL-604 SE-LAWSON T-162.

Fire resources have responded from Benton, Franklin and Walla Walla Counties.

Current Status

This is fire has a high rapid rate of spread with running.  It was currently at 8,000 acres around 1815 hours PDT.  Fire fuels include Grass, brush and slash.


SR 24 closed from SR 241 at the Silver Dollar to the Hanford gate.

SR 240 is closed at the Hanford Gate to the SR 225 to West Richland.

SR 24 is closed from the Hanford Gate north to Vernita.


Road Closure map | Credit: WSDOT East

Fire Weather

There is a RED FLAG WARNING in effect on Thursday, July 18, 2019, from 1400 hours to 2100 hours due to gusty winds and higher temps.

Social Media

Our next update on this story will be at 2030 hours unless something more significant occurs.

You can also find us for live updates for all fires on our Twitter account @nwfireblog

Thank you for reading our post!

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog

The Wildfire Log | The Powerline Fire in Grant Co, WA | 6

Incident Summary | A wildfire burning in the Saddle Mountains which is north / northwest of Mattawa (Grant County), Washington (State).

Current Fire Status |  The Grant County Sheriff’s Office is demobilizing their PIOs unless there is further fire activity that requires them to give evacuation orders.

The footage listed below was what fire crews observed when they arrived on-scene earlier this morning.  (Photo Credit:  Grant County Fire District #13)

Evacuations | Level 1 and 2 are still in effect.

Resources | Originally fire personnel and assets dispatched at 1238 hours today were:  AA-10F CREW-22 CREW-33 CREW-6201 CREW-74 E-6696 BLM E-672 E-852 FB-205 FB-244 SE-463 SE-539.  ICP is located at the Wahluke High School in Mattawa.

State Mobe has been arriving throughout the night to the fire scene.

ALERTS | To receive  Emergency Text Messages to your cell phone, text GCSHERIFF to 888777.

Social Media | We can be also found covering wildfires via scanner feed on our Twitter channel @nwfireblog .

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(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated 7/15/2019 @ 1130 hours PDT