Seattle Firefighters Respond to T-Mobile Park

SEATTLE, Wash. | Seattle Firefighters were dispatched at 1727 hours PDT on Saturday, May 25th to the City’s baseball park, named the T-Mobile Park and formerly known as Safeco Field.

A small fire was quickly contained in the concession stand.  No word on what caused the fire but units are still on-scene at the Park located in the 1200 block of 1st Avenue South.

The original units dispatched on the “full response” were B2, E5, L1, A10, Air10, B5, Dep1, E2, E25, E6, L3, M10, M44, MAR5, R1 REHAB1, Saft2 and Staff10.

There was no pressers released as to stating which concession stand it was or the extent of the fire damage but some users posted photos of the incident on Social Media.  The fire appeared to be seen from many miles on the ground and in the air.

There were no reports of injuries to civilians or to firefighters.

#SeattleFire #TmobileFire

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Posted 5/25/2019 @ 1850 hours PDT

Washington Wildfire: #OregonFire

ELK, Wash. – Fire crews were dispatched via the Northeast Washington Interagency Communications Center on Friday, June 8, 2018, around 1237 hours PDT to East Oregon Road in Spokane County for a brush fire.

AR 414 (IC) arrived on-scene.

Fire crews quickly and successfully lined the fire completely reaching a 100% containment status by 1350 hours and stopping forward rate of spread.

The cause of this fire is unknown.

There were .02 acres consumed.

(c) 2018 NW Fire Blog – Updated 0045 hours 6/8/2018


NEW: Moose Creek Fire | Alaska | Update 1

Updated 10:15 PM PDT


An early-morning photo of the Moose Creek Fire near Sutton. Firefighters from the Alaska Division of Forestry and local fire departments are working to contain the blaze, which was reported at 2:10 a.m. Alaska Division of Forestry photo

Credit: AK Forestry

Date/Time Started: 

  • The Moose Creek Fire was reported @ 2:10 AM on October 15th by a passing motorist.


  • The Moose Creek Fire is burning near the Moose Creek Campground.
  • About 12 miles North of Palmer and 5 miles South of Sutton, Alaska.

Fire Fuels:

  • Fire fuels are burning in cured grass and hardwoods.


  • The cause is unknown and under investigation, but media is now reporting this is a human-caused fire with an escaped debris pile fire.

Current Fire Conditions:

  • Fire crews are facing the harsh sub-freezing cold weather and even more colder temps from extreme windy conditions.
  • On Saturday, Fire managers used burn out operations to reinforce the containment line on the north flank with most of the fire on that side being fully contained.
  • On Sunday, fire crews are focusing most of their fire suppression efforts on the western perimeter which appears to be the most active portion of the fire.

(Credit: AK Forestry)

Size Up:

  • At the time of fire being reported, it was at 10 acres.
  • Today, it is at 300 acres with a 25% containment status.

Fire perimeter map. (Credit: AK Forestry)



  • This Fire comes late into the Wildfire Season and most firefighters with most of them already laid off.
  • Fire Managers forced to scramble to find  Staffing.
  • About 50  Firefighters  are assigned from BLM Alaska Fire Service, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Forest Service.

Air Resources: 

  • 2 Helicopters are assisting ground fire crews and dropping water over the fire, but at times the winds were too fierce for flying.


NW Fire Blog:

  • We are using the following hashtags for this article:  #MooseCreekFire  #AkWILDFIRE

From the Fireground:

  • “Winds wreaking havoc for firefighters in Matanuska Valley.” – AK Forestry (10/16/2016)

Credit: Matanuska-Susitna Borough


  • “Palmer Correctional Center inmates evacuated.” – Media (10/16/2016)

The People Have Spoken:

  • “Late-season fire burning near Sutton – Surface fuels burn.” (10/16/2016).
  • “Wildfire season keeps getting longer..” (10/15/2016)
  •  “It was pretty hazy out here today.” (10/15/2016)
  •  “Helicopters pulling water out of Elks Lake.” (10/15/2016)

News Media:

  • “The weather combo of cold & wind at the #MooseCreekFire is BRUTAL.” (10/16/2016)
  • “Alaska Div. Forestry says #MooseCreekFire is human caused–started as an escaped debris fire.” (10/16/2016)
  • “Forestry says the wind is too strong for helicopters to assist.” (10/16/2016)”

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

Fire in Virginia’s Wilderness National Park Most Likely Human Caused


A wildfire discovered within the South District Shenandoah National Park’s boundaries in Luray, Virginia yesterday on Saturday, April 16, 2016, has scorched approximately 200 acres.

The fire is burning entirely within the park’s boundaries in designated wilderness areas.  This area is closed to the Public.

National Park Service Fire Managers state the cause is under investigation but most likely is human-caused.

There is a 0% containment status at this time.

Skyline Drive

Photo Credit: Shenandoah National Park Service


Incident Cooperators for this fire are from the National Park Service and the Virginia Department of Forestry.  Additional fire personnel and equipment are en route and will be soon arriving on-scene.


The Rocky Mount Trail, Gap Run Trail and Onemile Run Trail are all closed to the public.

Smoke visible from Rocky Mtn Fire

Photo Credit: Shenandoah National Park Service


There are no structures being threatened at the time of this post.  No injuries or structure damage have been reported.


As of 1700 Hours EDT [Viriginia time], their current weather is mostly sunny with temps of 75-degrees and 0 chance of precipitation.  Humidity is at 24% with winds at 5 m.p.h.


Fire Managers will continue to monitor and actively manage operations.

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog