The Wildfire Log | 8-5-2019 | Monday

WASHINGTON STATE | Here is the Sit Rep (recap) of wildfires in our State on Monday, August 5, 2019.

POPEYES CORNER | 1413 hours

A fire broke out on 116th in Marysville in Snohomish County sending out fire resources to the area at 1413 hours.  0.8 acres of grass, brush and timber were destroyed.

It is in a patrol status.

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FRUITLAND FIRE | 1537 hours

This wildfire is located on Lantzy Road in Stevens County that started today from an unknown cause. Resources include IC NC 7307 @ 1658 hours PDT.  Others are C101, TE11, E552 E5564 NC 7306 NC 7307.  They had arrived on-scene prior to the IC at 1545 hours.  There has been 0.5 acres of grass, brush, timber, logs and duff.

This is an open incident.

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HAVILLAH ROAD FIRE | 1513 hours

The Havillah Road Fire is located on the same name it is named after.  Fire resources and assets were dispatched at 1513 hours for a small burning wildfire held to only 0.01 acre of grass.  IC 7106 arrived at 1546 hours.

This fire is in patrol status.  All resources have been released.

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MOUNTAIN MEADOWS FIRE | 1348 hours

Fire resources and assets were dispatched to Pend Oreille County, where a wildfire aws burning on Deeter Road at 1348 hours.  Resources deployed were:  AR 25, 442, 445, 451 and 63. FL 34, HTs 42 and 44 and INVF Kaino. IC is OH Bortner.  About 0.8 acre of grass, brush, reproduction and timber have been destroyed.

This is an open  incident.

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LOGANBERRY FIRE | 1101 hours

At 1101 hours this morning, fire resources were dispatched to a small wildfire burning in Thurston County’s Rochester.  Quickly crews have held the fire back to 0.1 acres of consumed grass.

It is in patrol status. Resources released.

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KENNYDELL FIRE  | 0849 hours

A small fire ignited in at 6745  Fairview Rd SW in Olympia, the location of a 40-acre park that features 1,000 ft of freshwater beach as well as trails, athletic fields and a swimming pool.  Fire resources responded to a wildfire in the area and containing it to a 0.1 acres of brush and light timber.  Dispatch time was at 0849 hours.

Contained & under control at 1110 hours.  In Patrol status.

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ON-GOING INCIDENTS

DEVORE CREEK FIRE  | Started 7/26/2019

The Devore Creek Fire ignited from lightning at 0000 hours on July 23, 2019, and reported on July 26, 2019.  This is a long burning wildfire.  It is located about 3 air miles SW of Stehekin, burning above an elevation of 8,000 feet in heavy timber.

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Credit | Oscar Vargas, USDA FS

About 189 acres have burned and there is still a 0% containment status.  There are 83 fire personnel along with 2 crews and 3 helicopters.  There is a NIMO (Phoenix) is managing this incident.

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ESQUATZEL FIRE | Started 8/4/2019

The Esquatzel Fire is located about 2 miles NE of Eltopia and was started on August 4, 2019.  The cause is unknown at this time.  500 acres of grass have been burned and crews have a 40% containment status.  There is a minimal fire behavior and the fire has been dozer lined. Fire Managers do not expect any growth from this fire.

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KUSSHI CREEK FIRE | Started 7/24/2019

The Kusshi Creek Fire started on July 24, 2019, from lightning.  The fire is located about 37 miles south of Yakima.  There has been 953 acres of timber with a 90% containment status.  Currently, fire behavior is minimal.

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LEFT HAND FIRE  | Started 7/23/2019

The Left Hand Fire started from lightning at 0000 on July 23, 2019, and is located about 17 miles NW of Naches in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest that was one of many wildfires ignited by lightning on this date from a passing thunderstorm.  The fire has destroyed 3406 acres of timber and crews have successfully reached an 92% containment status.  It is still burning but now has a minimal fire behavior that is both creeping and smoldering.

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WILLIAMS FLATS FIRE  | Started 7/23/2019

This wildfire is located 5 miles SE of Keller on the Colville Indian Reservation.  Active fire behavior.  The fire has now destroyed 13,497 acres of timber, brush and old logging slash and still has a 20% containment status.

The Structure Protecion Group successfully burned out around the buildings at the Goat Ranch aka Hellsgate Ranch prior to the Williams Flats Fire burning into the area.

Credit | Colville Agency – BIA

There are currently 20 homes and 20 other minor structures being threatened.  Approximately, 542  fire personnel along with overhead and support staffing are assigned to this incident, along with 11 crews, 7 helicopters and 16 engines.

Fire behavior is moderate with group torching, flanking and torching.  It is currently moving east and has crossed over Brody Creek Road and Redford Canyon.   Personnel are being challenged by steep slopes, limited access and primitive road conditions, which have slowed them down with their containment efforts.

Fire Management is in Unified Command with Colville Agency and Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). NW Team 8 is the IMT which is in Command of this wildfire incident on Saturday at 1800 hours.

ICP is located at the Keller Community Center. The Helibase is located at the Wilbur Airport.

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(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated 8/5/2019 @ 2045 hours PDT

The Wildfire Log | 8-4-2019

WASHINGTON STATE | Here is the Sit Rep (recap) of wildfires in our State on Sunday, as of the time this was posted.

BLACKBERRY FARM FIRE | 1758 hours

Resources include:  IC Goodwin and Engines 5466 and 5544 were dispatched this evening at 1758 hours to SR 9 in Arlington (Snohomish County).  The fire has destroyed 0.5 acres of brush and timber and has an unknown containment status.

This is an open Incident.

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Credit | NWFB (Stock Photo)

ESQUATZEL FIRE | 1550 hours

The Esquatzel Fire is located on Highway 395 in Franklin County.   Resources include:  IC C-6695 along with Crew-6201, DIV-602, E6696 (BLM).The fire has scorched 500 acres.  Containment status is unknown.

This is an open Incident.

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CATLIN CANYON FIRE | 1522 hours

The Catlin Canyon Fire was located in Catlin Canyon area in Kittitas County.  Resources included:  IC Hilleman as of 1724 hours, along with SE-461, 463 and 468, which were dispatched at 1522 hours.   There was 0.76 acres of grass and brush destroyed.

Contained at 1724 hours. Controlled at 1744 hours.

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FISH FLATS FIRE | 1411 hours

A wildfire broke out today, prompting resources being dispatched through the Central WA Interagency Communications Center today at 1411 hours.  It was located in Fish Flats in Yakima County.  Resources included:  Clark (IC) along with Engines 311, 382 and SE-539.  About 0.72 acres of grass, timber and snags were consumed.

This is an open Incident.

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UPPER GRANITE FIRE | 1303 hours

Fire broke out in Pend Oreille County’s Harvey Creek, sending dispatched personnel and equipment at 1303 hours.   Resources include:  AR441, 449, 450, 61,  Engines 31 (IC), 32 and HT 44 were on-scene at 1452 hours.   0.3 acres of timber, snags, logs and duff were burned.

This is an open Incident.

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BOAT LAUNCH FIRE | 1300 hours

A wildfire ignited on Rimrock Penninsula in Yakima County earlier this afternoon sending resources and equipment to the area at 1300 hours.  0.1 acre of logs were consumed.

Controlled, contained and out at 1332 hours.

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VINYARD 22 FIRE  | 1247 hours

Fire resources were dispatched at 1247 hours to I Road in Grant County for a wildfire.  About 3 acres of grass and brush have been destroyed.

This is an open Incident.

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GOLD BACK TRAIL FIRE | 1135 hours, 0619 hours

This wildfire is located in Dishman HIlls in Spokane County.  Resources included AR 63 (IC) along with HTs 41 and 43 were dispatched at 0619 hours to the incident.  .01 acres of grass and brush burned.

Contained at 1000 hours. Controlled at 1800 hours. In Patrol Status.

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ON-GOING INCIDENTS

WILLIAMS FLATS FIRE 

This wildfire is located 5 miles SE of Keller on the Colville Indian Reservation.  Active fire behavior.  The fire has consumed 10,438 acres of timber, brush and old logging slash and still has a 0% containment status.

Williams Flats Fire on the afternoon of 8-3-2019

Credit | Colville Agency – BIA

LUNDSTROM BUTTE FIRE | New wildfire

The Lundstrom Butte  Fire is a new wildfire that is located within the Williams Flats Fire perimeter.  Currently, it has burned 6 acres and has a  0% containment status.

Fire Management is in Unified Command with Colville Agency and Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). NW Team 8 is the IMT which is in Command of this wildfire incident on Saturday at 1800 hours.

ICP is located at the Keller Community Center. The Helibase is located at the Wilbur Airport.

Resources include:

  • 266 personnel
  • 2 – Type 1 hand crews
  • 1 Type 2 IA hand crews
  • 4 Type 2 hand crews
  • 5 Heavy copters
  • 2 Medium copters
  • 5 Engines
  • 5 Dozers
  • 5 Water Tenders

Additional types of resources listed above are on order and continue to arrive throughout each morning, day and evening.

Level 2 evacuations are in effect for one home.  More assessments will be conducted by the structure group and continue to monitor the area. Multiple road closures are in place to the public including Kuehne, Frielander, Canteen Creek and Refrigerator Canyon  Roads.

Total Cost-to-Date fire suppression and containment costs for both wildfires have reached $350,000.

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DEVORE CREEK FIRE 

The Devore Creek Fire ignited from lightning at 0000 hours on July 23, 2019, and reported on July 26, 2019.  This is a long burning wildfire.  It is located about 3 air miles SW of Stehekin, burning above an elevation of 8,000 feet in heavy timber.  A hotshot crew arrived by boat today to reopen a community protection line built in 2015 on the southwestern edge of the community of Stehekin.

Image may contain: sky, mountain, cloud, grass, outdoor and nature

Credit | Oscar Vargas, USDA FS

The fire has destroyed about 189 acres of heavy timber and appears to have a remaining 0% containment status. There are 83 fire personnel assigned along with 2 crews and 3 helicopters.    The lead Fire Agency is the USDA  Forest Service. The fire is still burning but Fire Managers report that the fire behavior is minimal with creeping, smoldering and single-tree torching.  Today, the fire has reached a total of $569,000 cost-to-date.

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LEFT HAND FIRE 

The Left Hand Fire started from lightning at 0000 on July 23, 2019, and is located about 17 miles NW of Naches in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest that was one of many wildfires ignited by lightning on this date from a passing thunderstorm.  The fire has destroyed 3,459 acres of timber and crews have successfully reached an 85% containment status.  It is still burning but now has a minimal fire behavior that is both creeping and smoldering.

Photo from Tuesday, July 30 depicting a variety of burn intensity in a patchwork pattern in most places. Ranging from pockets of crown fire to less severe underburn fire.

SW Flank of fire. Credit | OWNF

There is currently 598 total fire personnel attached to this incident along with 15 crews, 23 engines and 8 helicopters.

There are still 197 homes and 50 other structures that are still under direct threat. Evacuation levels have been reduced to a Level 1/Get Ready order along SR 410.  Suppression and containment costs-to-date have reach an all-time high of $7.6 Million Dollars.

This is an open Incident.

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(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated 8/4/2019 @ 2025 hours PDT

The Wildfire Log | 8-3-2019

WASHINGTON STATE | It was a busy day for fire resources on Saturday.  Here is a recap of the fire activities that happened over the weekend.

No photo description available.

Credit | NWFB (Stock Photo)

APPLEWAY DISHMAN FIRE | 0133 hours

Located in the Dishman Hills Natural area in Spokane County. Crews were dispatched at 0133 hours PDT and arrived o/s quickly. They were able to contain and control the fire 0430 hours. Grass, brush and light timber were the fire fuels.  Fire limited to 0.1 acre.

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WILLIAMS FLATS FIRE | 0323  hours (by BIA)

This wildfire is located 5 miles SE of Keller on the Colville Indian Reservation.

Fire behavior is reported as extreme with wind-driven runs, short crown runs and short-range spotting.  The cause has been determined to be sparked by lightning.

About 8,200 acres have been destroyed and a 0% containment status remains.

Image may contain: cloud, sky, mountain, outdoor and nature

Credit | Brenda Clemenson Nee 

Fire Management is in Unified Command with Colville Agency and Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA).

NW Team 8 is the IMT which is in Command of this wildfire incident.

Resources include 2 Type 1 crews (Hot Shots), 2 20-person crews, 2 12-person crews, 3 Dozers, 12 Type 6 Engines, 5 Tenders, 1 Air Attack, 3 Fire Bosses, 3 Type 1 Tanker, 1 Type 1 Rotor and 1 Lead Plane. 132 personnel are the fire line.

No structures have been reported as damaged or lost but there is one structure and cultural resources that are being threatened.

The Cost-to-Date for fire suppression and costs have reached $150,000.

This is an active Incident.

Colville Tribal Natural Resource Police Officers are asking boaters to stay clear of firefighting efforts at the Lake Roosevelt Recreational area.

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DEVORE CREEK FIRE | 1200 hours on 7-23-2019

The Devorce Creek Fire is a long burning wildfire which started on July 23, 2019, from a lightning strike.  It is located about 3 air miles SW of Stehekin.

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Credit | USFS – OKNF

The fire has destroyed about 180 acres of heavy timber and appears to have a remaining 0% containment status.

There are 85 fire personnel assigned along with 2 crews and 3 helicopters.  The lead Fire Agency is the USDA  Forest Service.

On July 28th, there were approximately 45 personnel on-scene and the cost-to-date had been raised to $200,000 for cost-to-date expenses for firefighting suppression and containment costs.  It was stated by USFS on containment completion as no estimate known at this time.

The fire is still burning but Fire Managers report that the fire behavior is minimal with creeping, smoldering and single-tree torching.

Today, the fire has reached a total of $346,000 cost-to-date.

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LEFT HAND FIRE | 1200 on 7-23-2019

The Left Hand Fire is burning about 17 miles NW of Naches in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest that was one of many wildfires ignited by lightning on July 23, 2019.

The fire has destroyed 3,459 acres of timber and crews have successfully reached a 70% containment status.  It is still burning but now has a minimal fire behavior that is both creeping and smoldering.

There is currently 598 total fire personnel attached to this incident along with 15 crews, 8 helicopters and 23 engines.

There are still 197 homes and 50 other structures under direct threat. Evacuation levels have been reduced to a Level 1/Get Ready order along SR 410.

Suppression and containment costs-to-date have reach an all-time high of $7.4 Million Dollars.

No photo description available.

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HIGH TENSION FIRE | 1233 hours

The High Tension Fire was located on Highway 24 in Benton County. Fire crews were dispatched through the CWC Dispatch Center at 1233 hours.  Fire fuels included grass and brush.  The fire was contained to 5 acres at 1815 hours.

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CAP SANTE FIRE | 1344 hours

The Cap Sante Fire was located at the CAP Sante Lookout in Anacortes (Skagit County) which prompted resources to be dispatched at 1344 hours via the Northwest Dispatch Center.  The IC assigned was Schmitz along with additional unknown resources. The fire was limited to 0.25 acres of grass and brush being destroyed.  The fire is now in patrol status as of 2000 hours.

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BREA BURN FIRE  | 1604 hours

The fire was located on Brea Burn Road in Chelan County. Crews would be dispatched from the Central Washington Communications Center at 1604 hours which included IC Inglking, BATT-71, E 672 and SE 139.  Fire was brought under control and contained at 1733 hours. It was limited to 0.1 acre of brush scorched.

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HUCKLEBERRY MOUNTAIN FIRE | 1754 hours

Located in Pend Oreille County. Big Meadow Lake. Dispatched at 1754 hours PDT. Brush, light timber and duff were fire fuels. E31 was IC. 0.1 acre. Fire has been contained and is in patrol status.

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(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated 8/4/2019 @ 0220 hours PDT

Bellevue Firefighters Respond to House Fire

BELLEVUE, Wash. | Bellevue Firefighters were dispatched and en route to 16600 block of SE 27th Street at 1150 hours PDT on Saturday, May 11, 2019, to a fully engulfed house fire.

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Photo Credit | Bellevue Fire Department

The reporting party stated the second floor of the home was fully engulfed.

All occupants exited the structure safely around 1155 hours PDT but it was later reported to the Fire Department that the homeowner re-entered the home to save his dog and several pet birds.  He would be transported to a nearby hospital for an eval for possible smoke inhalation.

Engine 104 (previously known as Engine 4) was the first due in and went immediately into an offensive fire attack on the fire floor.  It was knocked down within 11 minutes.

Photo Credit | Bellevue Fire Department

Fire crews checked for extensions to any other part of the structure, including the attic which they found to be clear (1206 hours).  A primary search was conducted by firefighters at which time they found nothing.  The fire was reported to Command as being under control (1235 hours).

Firefighters extricated the homeowner’s dog and worked tirelessly to revive the pet but it did not survive along with several birds.

No Firefighters were injured.

The Red Cross is working to assist additional displaced residents.

Photo Credit | Bellevue Fire Department

The cause is unknown at this time and under investigation.

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – 5/11/2019 @ 1345 PDT

#TrumpTowerFire Kills 1, Injures 4 | 1

MANHATTAN, NY | A 4-Alarm fire from an unknown cause ripped through the 50th story of the Trump Tower this afternoon killing one civilian and injuring four firefighters.  Onlookers shot video and photos spreading like wildfire all over Social Media.

Photo Credit | NYC OEM

FIRE TIMELINE 

1427 PDT – MAN 2-ALARM 721 5 AVE, HIGH RISE (TRUMP TOWER) FIRE ON 50TH FLR.

1524 PDT – Due to a fire at Trump Tower in Manhattan, expect police and FDNY in the area of 5th Ave/W.57 St. Expect traffic and street closures nearby by due to emergency vehicles.

1527 PDT – Members are on scene of a 3-alarm fire at 721 5th Ave Manhattan. There are currently no injuries reported.

1530 PDT – Current street closures due to the fire at Trump Tower.   5th Ave between W. 55 St to W. 57 St and W. 56 St between Madison Ave to 5th Ave.

1556 PDT – Members remain on scene of a 4-alarm fire, 721 5th Ave in Manhattan. There is currently one serious injury to a civilian reported.

1628 PDT – 

1657 PDT –  Fire brought under control.

1658 PDT – We found fire on the 50th floor of the building. The apartment was entirely on fire. Members pushed in heroically, they were knocking down the fire and found one occupant of the apartment who is in critical condition.

1659 PDT – We had many floors to search, and stairways, and right now the only civilian injury is to the occupant of that apartment. There are four Firefighters with non-life-threatening injuries.

1659 PDT (2) – This was a very difficult fire. As you can imagine, the apartment is quite large, we are 50 stories up. The rest of the building had a considerable amount of smoke. 200 Firefighters and EMS members are on scene.

1700 PDT – The fire is still not considered to be under control because of the smoke conditions on all the floors above, says FDNY Fire Commissioner Nigro gives update on 4th alarm, 721 5th Ave Manhattan.

INCIDENT SUMMARY | 1 person has succumbed to his injuries, 4 firefighters were injured and have non-life threatening injuries.

FIRE BUILDING HISTORY 

January 8, 2018 | A fire in the building’s HVAC system injuring two civilians and one firefighter (non-life threatening injuries) and caused smoke to billow from the room.  It reportedly started around 0700 on Monday morning.  It was stated that some debris fell on to a firefighter and an engineer breathed in some smoke.  This fire took about one hour to put out.

PHOTO CREDIT | FDNY unless credits given otherwise to photos.

SOCIAL MEDIA | #TrumpTowerFire #NYFire

Senator Chuck Schumer (NY):  “Thinking tonight of those lost and injured in the fire that broke out in Trump Tower today, and incredibly thankful to the FDNY for their work that kept more NYers from harm.”

Editor’s Comments:  While there are very hateful things said on Social Media, we don’t always agree to agree with things going on in this world either but this is fire related and this is what we report on.  There was one person who was reportedly killed from their fire related injuries and four FDNY firefighters injured. We need to rally around the civilian’s life and family, as well as the firefighters, their family and our Fire Family.

When everyone runs out of a building or are trapped, these amazing and highly trained firefighters run in with a cache of personnel supporting them.  We need to recognize them for stopping this fire from spreading and extending beyond its current position.” LR Swenson, Editor

SOURCES | FDNY, FDNY Alerts, NYPD, Social Media

2018 NW Fire Blog

Little Valley Fire | Nevada | Update 2

Updated 8:30 PM PDT

INCIDENT SUMMARY

Start Date / Time

The Little Valley Fire was reported @ 1:38 AM on 10/14/2016.  It started in the Little Valley / Washoe area.

Crew from Sac Fire on @Cal_OES Type I Strike team at #LittleValleyFire. Fortifying drainage ditches in advance of next wave of storms. (Credit: Sacramento FD)

Cause

The cause is unknown and under investigation.

Fire Fuels

The Wildfire is burning in mixed timber, sagebrush and grass on a combination of Federal, State and Private lands.

Size, Containment Status

The fire has been reduced down to 2291 acres with a containment status of 90%.

Future Fire Activities

Fire crews will continue to build and strengthen containment lines, as well as structure protection.  There is a plan in the very near future for re-population activities.

Fire Managers report the great news of almost nearly three (3) inches of rain on the fire line, helping decrease fire behavior.

RESOURCES

Personnel 

There are a total of 600 personnel assigned to this incident.  4 injuries have been reported.

Equipment/Resources

Assigned to this incident are 70 engines, 18 hand crews and 2 helicopters.

Incident Cooperators 

(Fire)  BLM, CAL Fire, Carson City Fire, Nevada DNR, Nevada DOF, Nevada National Guard, North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District, Reno FD, Sparks FD, Storey County Fire Protection District,Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District and USDA Forest Service.

(Law Enforcement)  Carson City Sheriff, Nevada Dept of Public Safety, Nevada Highway Patrol, Reno PD, Washoe County Schools Police, Washoe County Sheriff

(Human Services) American Red Cross.

(Transportation)  Nevada DOT and Washoe County Roads Division.

(Emergency Management) California OES, Nevada Division of Emergency Management and Washoe County Emergency Management.

(Government)  Nevada Governor’s Office, Washoe County Animal Services, Washoe County Building Services, Washoe County Commissioners, Washoe County Community Services, Washoe County Manager and Washoe County Social Services.

(EMS) Regional Emergency Medical Services

DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

Structures Saved

Fire crews were able to save 480 residences.

Structures Under Threat

500

Structures Destroyed

There were 23-residences and 17-outbuildings.  Evacuations are still in effect.

SOCIAL MEDIA 

From the Fireground

“Chief Moore thanks the Great Basin Incident Management team for the incredible response and support to our community.” – Truckee Meadows Fire (10/17/2016)

Credit: Truckee Meadows Fire

CAL OES Strike Team (Credit: Sacramento Fire)

“Turlock and OES Firefighters return home safely.” – Turlock Fire Department (10/17/2016)

Credit: Turlock Fire Department

Governor’s Office

“Without hesitation our first responders always answer the call. Grateful for them. (Fire Debriefing Meeting)

Credit: Nevada State Governor Sandoval

Hashtags Used for The Fire

NW Fire Blog:  #LittleValleyFire  #NvWILDFIRE

Social Media:   #LittleValleyFire #Turlock #TurlockFD #OES #ALCO #

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

NEW: Little Valley Fire | Nevada | Update 1

Updated 2:00 PM PDT

INCIDENT SUMMARY

Photo of the Little Valley Fire (Credit: Turlock FD)

Start Date / Time

The Little Valley Fire was reported @ 1:38 AM on 10/14/2016.  It started in the Little Valley / Washoe area.

Crew from Sac Fire on @Cal_OES Type I Strike team at #LittleValleyFire. Fortifying drainage ditches in advance of next wave of storms. (Credit: Sacramento FD)

Cause

The cause is unknown and under investigation.

Fire Fuels

The Wildfire is burning in mixed timber, sagebrush and grass on a combination of Federal, State and Private lands.

Size, Containment Status

 

Fire crews have successfully held the fire to 3400 acres with a 20% containment status.  Some rain has fallen over the fire ground helping reduce the fire behavior.

Future Fire Activities

Fire Managers will send a major deployment of structure protection engines. Line construction and mop-up will continue.

Little Valley Fire Morning Briefing2 10/15/16

Morning Briefing on Saturday, 10/15/2016. (Courtesy: Inciweb)

 

RESOURCES

Staffing 

The fire is being managed by Kim Martin’s Type 1 Incident Command Team over 1007 fire personnel.

Incident Cooperators 

(Fire)  BLM, CAL Fire, Carson City Fire, Nevada DNR, Nevada DOF, Nevada National Guard, North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District, Reno FD, Sparks FD, Storey County Fire Protection District,Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District and USDA Forest Service.

(Law Enforcement)  Carson City Sheriff, Nevada Dept of Public Safety, Nevada Highway Patrol, Reno PD, Washoe County Schools Police, Washoe County Sheriff

(Human Services) American Red Cross.

(Transportation)  Nevada DOT and Washoe County Roads Division.

(Emergency Management) California OES, Nevada Division of Emergency Management and Washoe County Emergency Management.

(Government)  Nevada Governor’s Office, Washoe County Animal Services, Washoe County Building Services, Washoe County Commissioners, Washoe County Community Services, Washoe County Manager and Washoe County Social Services.

(EMS) Regional Emergency Medical Services

DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

Structures Destroyed

There were 22-residences and 17-outbuildings.  Evacuations are still in effect.

Structures Saved

Fire crews were able to save 480 residences.

SOCIAL MEDIA 

From the Fireground

“South Placer BR19 and Strike Team XPL-4138C are in line to demob from the fire.” – South Placer Fire (10/16/2016)

“North State Firefighters still committed.” – Chico FD (10/16/2016)

“Panoramic view from Sac Fire crews on strike team this AM. Early morning mop-up on the , near Carson City, NV.” – Sacramento Fire (10/15/2016)

“Livermore-Pleasanton Firefighters Sent to Battle fire.” – Livermore-Pleasanton Fire (10/14/2016)

“2843 was deployed earlier today as part of strike team XAL 2008A.” – Piedmont Fire (10/14/2016)

“Fire jumped the road, now burning toward Washoe Valley.” – News media (10/14/2016)

Press Conference with County Commissioners and Assistant County Manager Kevin Schiller (Credit: Truckee Meadows Fire Department)

“We’re sending 3 Cal OES engines.” – Kern County Fire (10/14/2016)

“In Support of NVDPS, we are sending a 25 engine strike team to assist.” – CAL OES (10/14/2016)

Emergency Management

“Residents of Franktown Rd area are not allowed back into the area due to dangerous conditions. Residents call 328-2003.” – Truckee Meadow Fire (10/15/2016)

“Regional Emergency Operations Center is busy with local leaders providing support to firefighters battling the fire.” – Truckee Meadows Fire (10/14/2016)

“Due to unsafe conditions Residents on Franktown Rd aren’t allowed to return to homes to assess damage. Please stay out of area.” Truckee Meadows FD (10/14/2016)

General Information

“Washoe County Sheriff asks that people stay out of the area due to fire traffic, localized flooding and unstable ground.” – News media (10/16/2016)

“My heart goes out to the families who lost their homes.  I’ve declared a state of emergency to provide add’l resources.” – Governor Sandoval (10/15/2016)

“A veterinarian is located at UNR Equestrian Center on Wells Ave. to treat any injured animals.” – Washoe County (10/14/2016)

“Depoali Middle School is the primary evacuation center.  About 50 people here.” – Media (10/14/2016)

“Discounted hotel rates being offered at Eldorado, Silver Legacy and Circus Circus for those affected by local fires.” – Media (10/14/2016)

“Rancharrah is opening its doors to horses being evacuated.” – Media (10/14/2016)

“Equestrian Center is available for evacuation of livestock from Washoe Valley. The center is located at 1290 Valley Rd. Call 775-784-6237. ” (10/14/2016)

“Residents in Galena, Montreaux, Joy Lake Road, St. James may return home but should be prepared to evac on short notice.” Truckee Valley Fire (10/14/2016)

Hashtags Used for The Fire

NW Fire Blog:  #LittleValleyFire  #NvWILDFIRE

Social Media:   #LittleValleyFire #Turlock #TurlockFD #OES #ALCO #

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Active Wildfires – California – June 25, 2016

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ERSKINE FIRE – Lake Isabella (Kern County)

Location

This fire located is located in California’s Central District in the Lake Isabella area and outside in various canyons in Kern County.

Current Status

It now at 36,810 acres with a 10% containment status.  Fire exhibits extreme wind-driven and uphill runs. Strong wind, light flashy fuels, and steep topography combined to produce extreme fire behavior when in alignment.

06252016 FS Erskine Fire Camp 9 -2

Infamous USFS Camp 9 where ICP and Resources are located. (Source: Inciweb)

Resources

There are 1,712 personnel assigned to this incident.

Management of the fire is still under Unified Command including the following Agencies:  Bureau Of Land Management, USFS & Kern County.

Damage Assessment

At least 150 homes have been destroyed with 75 that have been damaged.  1500 homes are still being threatened.

A damage inspection team is in the process of creating a comprehensive report documenting all structures damaged or destroyed.

Red Cross Shelters

A second shelter has been opened by Red Cross for evacuees:

  1. St. Jude’s Catholic Church
    86 Nellie Dent Dr.
    Wofford Heights
  2. Kernville Elementary School
    13350 Sierra Way
    Kernville

Safe and Well Registration

To let loved ones know OR look for loved ones, register for Red Cross’ Safe & Well website at  https://safeandwell.communityos.org/cms/index.php.

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MARINA FIRE 

Incident Summary

The Marina Fire broke out just North of Lee Vining on June 24th @ 0530 hours from an unknown human caused ignition.  It is still under investigation.

Command

The fire is under Unified Command with the US Forest Service and Mono County Sheriff’s Office

SoCal Team 1 will assume command of the incident tomorrow morning at 6:00 am.

Current Status

The fire has

Resources

There are 350 fire and support personnel assigned, including 8 hand crews, 23 engines, 6 helicopters, 2 fixed wing aircraft, 2 bulldozers, and 3 water tenders are assigned to the fire incident.

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GRANT FIRE

Incident

Firefighters are battling 3 fires off WB 580 & Grant Line Rd, on Altamont Pass; about 10 miles east of Livermore (Alameda County).

Location

This is a newly reported fire located on Altamont Pass, 10 miles east of Livermore of Alameda County.  It is currently at 75%. No other info provided.

Acreas

The total of acres are 100.

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SAN GABRIEL COMPLEX

Incident Summary

Both the Fish Fire (4,035 acres) and the Reservoir (1,200 acres) were combined under this Complex.

Photo of the San Gabriel Mountains. (Credit: Photo by LACoFD volunteer photographer Craig Durling via CALFire)

Location

The Complex is located on the Angeles National Forest in Los Angeles County; North of Azusa.

Command

The San Gabriel Complex is under unified command, Mike Wakoski commanding with Vince Pena Deputy Fire Chief, Los Angeles County Fire, David Halm Commander, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and Lt. Paul Dennis, Azusa Police Department.

Incident Cooperators

Assisting agencies include Arcadia Fire Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff, Arcadia Police Department, Southern California Edison, CalTrans, Los Angeles County Public Works, American Red Cross, Los Angeles County Health Department, California Conservation Corp and California Office of Emergency Services.

Current Status

A total amount of 5235 acres (1200 acres for the Reservoir Fire and 4035 acres for the Fish Fire) have been scorched. Containment is at 48%.

All evacuations for the San Gabriel Complex have been lifted. The American Red Cross evacuation center has been closed

VLAT over the San Gabriel Complex

Very Large Tanker (VLAT) over the Complex. (Source: Inciweb)

Resources

There are 917 personnel assigned, including including 54 engines, 24 handcrews, 11 water tenders and 5 bulldozers, 15 helicopters and fixed wing aircraft.

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FIREFIGHTER 

NEW!  City of Apple Valley, Minnesota.  $15.00 / hour.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/applevalley/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1399098  Paid.  On Call Volunteer.  Closes 4/29/2016.  

NEW!  City of Bothell Fire Department, Washington.  $64,164 – $91,656 / year.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/bothellwa/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1399205 Closes 8/1/2016. 

City of Brentwood, Tennessee.  $36,769 / year..  http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=92b5c9dd6f8ecf5b&q=firefighter&tk=1af0700meb97bcpp&from=web  No Closing Date.

NEW!  City of Danville,  Virginia.  $32,507 / year.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/danville/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1396156   Closes 4/30/2016.  

 City of Folsom Fire Department.  Folsom, California.  $57,988 / year.  http://www.indeed.com/cmp/City-of-Folsom-Fire-Department/jobs/Firefighter-d6c06ea5f011e606?q=firefighter  No Closing Date.

City of Hollywood, Florida.   $24.09 – $39.68 / hourly.   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/hollywoodfl/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1390039   Closes 4/10/2016.

NEW!  City of Jacksonville, Florida.  $2782 / month.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/jacksonvillefl/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1397555  Closes 4/15/2016.  

City of Jenks Fire Department, Oklahoma.  http://jobs.newsok.com/jobs/firefighter-jenks-ok-85270022-d?utm_source=Indeed&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=Indeed No Closing Date.

City of Pearland, Texas.  $45,900 – $50,500 / year.  https://pearland.applicantpro.com/jobs/367270-4700.html   Closes 5/6/2016.

City of Santee, California.  $3565.47 – $4799 / monthly.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/santee/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1386362  Closes 4/14/2016.

City of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  $45,678.75 / year.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/tuscaloosa/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=150259  Closes 6/30/2016.

Columbus Consolidated Government.  Columbus, Georgia.  $30,442.12 / year.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/columbusga/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1191157  Closes 7/8/2016.

Escambia County, Florida.  $12.49 – $14.35 / hour.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/escambia/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=333068   No Closing Date listed.

FIREFIGHTER / EMT

NEW!  City of Independence, Missouri.   $3763 – $4756 / month   https://www.ci.independence.mo.us/HR/JobDetails?id=2016051    Closes 4/23/2016. 

City of Lockhart, Texas.  $38, 816 / year. http://tml.associationcareernetwork.com/JobSeeker/JobDetail.aspx?abbr=TML&jobid=eb9ad83b-6454-4e5a-9d7e-a92d7809dd74&stats=y  Closes 5/7/2016.

City of Ocala, Florida.  $33,068 – $51,4014 / year.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/cityofocala/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=323919  Continuous Opening.

City of Rochester Fire Department.  Rochester, New Hampshire.  http://seacoast.careers.adicio.com/jobs/firefighter-emergency-medical-technician-rochester-nh-85267765-d  Closes 4/28/2016.

NEW!  Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Academy.  Fairfax, Viriginia.   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/fairfaxcounty/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1394344  Closes 4/8/2016. 

Texas Municipal League.  Eagle Pass, Texas.  http://tml.associationcareernetwork.com/JobSeeker/JobDetail.aspx?abbr=TML&jobid=d5b24369-a34b-49ff-98cc-3ec20e4f6f72&stats=y   No Closing Date.

FIREFIGHTER – INTERN

Mid-County Fire Protection District.  Camdenton, Missouri.  http://www.indeed.com/cmp/Mid–County-Fire-Protection-District/jobs/Firefighter-200aa4a595a2e3a1?q=firefighter  No Closing Date.

FIREFIGHTER / PARAMEDIC

City of Elgin, Illinois.  $60,863 – $81,120 / year. http://agency.governmentjobs.com/elginil/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1365346&hit_count=yes&headerFooter=1&promo=0&transfer=0&WDDXJobSearchParams=%3CwddxPacket%20version%3D%271%2E0%27%3E%3Cheader%2F%3E%3Cdata%3E%3Cstruct%3E%3Cvar%20name%3D%27CATEGORYID%27%3E%3Cstring%3E-1%3C%2Fstring%3E%3C%2Fvar%3E%3Cvar%20name%3D%27PROMOTIONALJOBS%27%3E%3Cstring%3E0%3C%2Fstring%3E%3C%2Fvar%3E%3Cvar%20name%3D%27TRANSFER%27%3E%3Cstring%3E0%3C%2Fstring%3E%3C%2Fvar%3E%3Cvar%20name%3D%27FIND_KEYWORD%27%3E%3Cstring%3E%3C%2Fstring%3E%3C%2Fvar%3E%3C%2Fstruct%3E%3C%2Fdata%3E%3C%2FwddxPacket%3E  Closes 4/15/2016.

NEW!  City of Fort  Lauderdale, Florida.  $49,060 – $73,956 / year.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/fortlauderdalefl/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1396984   Closes 4/15/2016.  

City of Olivette, Missouri.  http://olivettemo.com/employmentView.aspx?eid=68&catid=0&id=0    Closes 4/8/2016.

City of Seekonk, Masschussetts.  http://ri.rijobs.com/job/ma/seekonk/firefighter-paramedic-town-AA105-4KUF  Closes 4/14/2016.

Mohave Valley Fire Department, Arizona.  $13.60 / hour. http://www.indeed.com/cmp/Mohave-Valley-Fire-SDepartment/jobs/Firefighter-31d0494e2eec3ec7?sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9jEvRNC3k-0y7U1sr03Gz8l_dDYWosiUxAi2dULtQkgcsTM_PVqPHsHKATiEO_oz-zixTQ2b9Il319ZICwwVIqdchs   Open until filled.

FIREFIGHTER RESERVE

City of Fort Scott, Kansas.  No Salary / Hourly wage listed.  Part-Time Position.  https://www.appone.com/maininforeq.asp?Ad=469470&R_ID=1262623&Refer=http://www.indeed.com/jobs&B_ID=83   No Closing Date posted.

FIREFIGHTER SPECIALIST

NEW!   Los Angeles County Fire Department, California.  $6891 – $8109 / month.  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lacounty/jobs/1346635/fire-fighter-specialist  Closes 4/12/2016.  

LATERAL  EXPERIENCED LEVEL FIREFIGHTER

City of Renton Fire Department, Washington.   $58,980 – $79,116 / Year. https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/rentonwa/jobs/1373911/firefighter-lateral-experienced.  Continuous Openings.

PROBATIONARY FIREFIGHTER

City of York, Pennsylvania.   $47,086 / year.   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/yorkpa/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1393999    Closes 5/17/2016.

RESERVE FIREFIGHTER / EMT

Pioneer Fire District.  Somerset, California.  $100/daily.  http://www.indeed.com/cmp/Pioneer-Fire-District/jobs/Reserve-Firefighter-EMT-43f84e9114cea82f?sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9jEvYMLC9H26-1qdSAyouLEd8KnjORsSz78dFZv2aZ9gdMd8TQ3EQi1yzhL_TnYtth3RACRhe0p55ZN3_ty5KeZDnw   No Closing Date posted

RESERVE FIREFIGHTER / PARAMEDIC, ALS ONLY 

Rural / Metro.  Mesa, Arizona. Part-time. https://careers-rmetro.icims.com/jobs/7412/reserve-firefighter-paramedic–als-only/job?mode=job&iis=Indeed&iisn=Indeed.com&mobile=false&width=1244&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-480&jun1offset=-420    No Closing Date posted.

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FIREFIGHTER 

 City of Folsom Fire Department.  Folsom, California.  $57,988 / year.  http://www.indeed.com/cmp/City-of-Folsom-Fire-Department/jobs/Firefighter-d6c06ea5f011e606?q=firefighter  No Closing Date.

City of Brentwood, Tennessee.  $36,769 / year..  http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=92b5c9dd6f8ecf5b&q=firefighter&tk=1af0700meb97bcpp&from=web  No Closing Date.

City of Hollywood, Florida.   $24.09 – $39.68 / hourly.   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/hollywoodfl/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1390039   Closes 4/10/2016.

NEW — > City of Jenks Fire Department, Oklahoma.  http://jobs.newsok.com/jobs/firefighter-jenks-ok-85270022-d?utm_source=Indeed&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=Indeed No Closing Date.

City of Pearland, Texas.  $45,900 – $50,500 / year.  https://pearland.applicantpro.com/jobs/367270-4700.html   Closes 5/6/2016.

City of Santee, California.  $3565.47 – $4799 / monthly.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/santee/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1386362  Closes 4/14/2016.

City of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  $45,678.75 / year.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/tuscaloosa/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=150259  Closes 6/30/2016.

NEW — > Columbus Consolidated Government.  Columbus, Georgia.  $30,442.12 / year.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/columbusga/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1191157  Closes 7/8/2016.

Cobb County Fire Department.  Atlanta, Georgia.  $38,355 / year.  http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=40c022587eda7fef&q=firefighter&tk=1aera2hldb09h8td&from=web&advn=3987267608324318&sjdu=FwsxxQwGSaPeR5jLkUPq0_z2m_mPtVqHOzUiQ3_SZyOWpH0BYGXm0IH-n0d1KrCohnoGGt8w1cRBMz1uCTZNDy-etlUbIy5LeSFlGgsy7fBAGdF_Fi7SAJYi8pY-2CjVCm20-q04gf5xpm9bwcsDCwQ0d8aj7MF1lgErLvXpY3jf2Z9qKboOPcJPady15-64CXEcUOlQOKYvYgBvb4EFPg&pub=4a1b367933fd867b19b072952f68dceb  ** Position Open for 60 days.

Escambia County, Florida.  $12.49 – $14.35 / hour.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/escambia/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=333068   No Closing Date listed.

FIREFIGHTER / EMT

City of Lockhart, Texas.  $38, 816 / year. http://tml.associationcareernetwork.com/JobSeeker/JobDetail.aspx?abbr=TML&jobid=eb9ad83b-6454-4e5a-9d7e-a92d7809dd74&stats=y  Closes 5/7/2016.

City of Ocala, Florida.  $33,068 – $51,4014 / year.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/cityofocala/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=323919  Continuous Opening.

City of Rochester Fire Department.  Rochester, New Hampshire.  http://seacoast.careers.adicio.com/jobs/firefighter-emergency-medical-technician-rochester-nh-85267765-d  Closes 4/28/2016.

NEW — > Texas Municipal League.  Eagle Pass, Texas.  http://tml.associationcareernetwork.com/JobSeeker/JobDetail.aspx?abbr=TML&jobid=d5b24369-a34b-49ff-98cc-3ec20e4f6f72&stats=y   No Closing Date.

FIREFIGHTER – INTERN

NEW — > Mid-County Fire Protection District.  Camdenton, Missouri.  http://www.indeed.com/cmp/Mid–County-Fire-Protection-District/jobs/Firefighter-200aa4a595a2e3a1?q=firefighter  No Closing Date.

FIREFIGHTER / PARAMEDIC

City of Elgin, Illinois.  $60,863 – $81,120 / year. http://agency.governmentjobs.com/elginil/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1365346&hit_count=yes&headerFooter=1&promo=0&transfer=0&WDDXJobSearchParams=%3CwddxPacket%20version%3D%271%2E0%27%3E%3Cheader%2F%3E%3Cdata%3E%3Cstruct%3E%3Cvar%20name%3D%27CATEGORYID%27%3E%3Cstring%3E-1%3C%2Fstring%3E%3C%2Fvar%3E%3Cvar%20name%3D%27PROMOTIONALJOBS%27%3E%3Cstring%3E0%3C%2Fstring%3E%3C%2Fvar%3E%3Cvar%20name%3D%27TRANSFER%27%3E%3Cstring%3E0%3C%2Fstring%3E%3C%2Fvar%3E%3Cvar%20name%3D%27FIND_KEYWORD%27%3E%3Cstring%3E%3C%2Fstring%3E%3C%2Fvar%3E%3C%2Fstruct%3E%3C%2Fdata%3E%3C%2FwddxPacket%3E  Closes 4/15/2016.

City of Olivette, Missouri.  http://olivettemo.com/employmentView.aspx?eid=68&catid=0&id=0    Closes 4/8/2016.

City of Seekonk, Masschussetts.  http://ri.rijobs.com/job/ma/seekonk/firefighter-paramedic-town-AA105-4KUF  Closes 4/14/2016.

Mohave Valley Fire Department, Arizona.  $13.60 / hour. http://www.indeed.com/cmp/Mohave-Valley-Fire-SDepartment/jobs/Firefighter-31d0494e2eec3ec7?sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9jEvRNC3k-0y7U1sr03Gz8l_dDYWosiUxAi2dULtQkgcsTM_PVqPHsHKATiEO_oz-zixTQ2b9Il319ZICwwVIqdchs   Open until filled.

FIREFIGHTER RESERVE

City of Fort Scott, Kansas.  No Salary / Hourly wage listed.  Part-Time Position.  https://www.appone.com/maininforeq.asp?Ad=469470&R_ID=1262623&Refer=http://www.indeed.com/jobs&B_ID=83   No Closing Date posted.

LATERAL  EXPERIENCED LEVEL FIREFIGHTER

City of Renton Fire Department], Washington.   $58,980 – $79,116 / Year. https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/rentonwa/jobs/1373911/firefighter-lateral-experienced.  Continuous Openings.

PROBATIONARY FIREFIGHTER

City of York, Pennsylvania.   $47,086 / year.   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/yorkpa/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1393999    Closes 5/17/2016.

RESERVE FIREFIGHTER / EMT

Pioneer Fire District.  Somerset, California.  $100/daily.  http://www.indeed.com/cmp/Pioneer-Fire-District/jobs/Reserve-Firefighter-EMT-43f84e9114cea82f?sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9jEvYMLC9H26-1qdSAyouLEd8KnjORsSz78dFZv2aZ9gdMd8TQ3EQi1yzhL_TnYtth3RACRhe0p55ZN3_ty5KeZDnw   No Closing Date posted

RESERVE FIREFIGHTER / PARAMEDIC, ALS ONLY 

Rural / Metro.  Mesa, Arizona. Part-time. https://careers-rmetro.icims.com/jobs/7412/reserve-firefighter-paramedic–als-only/job?mode=job&iis=Indeed&iisn=Indeed.com&mobile=false&width=1244&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-480&jun1offset=-420    No Closing Date posted.

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