The Wildfire Log | Wenatchee Brush Fires | WA | 1

WENATCHEE, Wa. | Firefighters were deployed to various parts of Benton and Franklin Counties for multiple brush fires burning at the same time, with reports of up to five different incidents.

Some of the fires were located on Case Road, County Road 12, Roth Rock and in Prosser, Washington.

Fire crews were starting to get a handle on the wildfires. Due to multiple TAC channels owned/managed by the Lower Columbia Fire Department, we were unable to capture all of the locations and assets information.

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We will update as more information comes to light.

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#Breaking #SR260Fire | Washington | Aug 21 2016

Updated @ 2000 hours PDT

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INCIDENT SUMMARY

Start Date/Time

Fire crews were dispatched around 1939 hours on Sunday, August 21, 2016.

Location

Another wildfire has broken out in Washington but this is located in Franklin County Fire District #1’s territory on SR 260 and Copp Rd, near Kahlotus.

Size/Containment Status

The fire is said to be around 500 acres and growing.

Photo Credit: FF Todd Kupferer Jr / FCFD1

There is a 0% containment status at this time.

EVCUATIONS / THREATS

Evacuations

There are currently 0 in effect.

Threats

There are no reports of any structures or habitat being under threat at this current time.

SOCIAL MEDIA

Hashtags

We are currently using #SR260Fire on this yet named fire, along with #WaWILDFIRE #NWFireBlogWA.

 

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WA WILDFIRE: Palouse Falls Fire | Lacrosse, Washington | Update 1

Updated 8/7/2016 1900 hours PDT

INCIDENT SUMMARY

The Palouse Falls Fire (unofficial name we dubbed it) was said to be ignited by lightning from a storm that had passed through the area.  The fire is located at Palouse Falls inside Palouse Falls State Park (in Lacrosse, Washington) around 1400 hours (when we received the fire tip).  The Park has since been closed due to fire activity.

Palouse Fire (Credit: FF Todd Kuppener Jr/FranklinCoFireDistrict#1)

Palouse Fire (Credit: FF Todd James Kupferer Jr//Franklin CoFireDist#1)

The fire is said to be at an unofficial 1,000 acres, as Fire crews work in steep terrain to fight the fire.

RESOURCES

Franklin County Fire District #2 responded to the scene, reporting a very large fire and called for Mutual Aid from Franklin County Fire District #1 and nearby Washtucna Fire Department.  No other resources known on-scene.

SOCIAL MEDIA 

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Palouse Fire by Todd James Kupfere Jr 8.7.2016 2

Palouse Fire (Credit: FF Todd Kupferer Jr/FranklinCoFireDistrict#1)

UPDATES

More updates will soon follow as information is received.

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