United States of America | Sit Rep
February 1, 2020
REEVES FIRE: Firefighters were dispatched via the Federal Interagency Communications Center to a wildfire at Stoddard Wells x 15 South. E3648 responded at 1455 hours PST.
LAGUNA FIRE: A wildfire ignited in the Laguna Recreational Area. Fire resources were dispatched at 0200 hours. 15 acres were scorched from an unknown ignition source. (Prescott Interagency Dispatch Center)
SLUICE BOXES FIRE: A fire broke out at Dicks Gulch and destroyed three acres in the Great Falls Interagency Dispatch Center service area. Resources were dispatched at 1706 hours to the Great Falls area in the State of Montana. (GDC)
January 31, 2020
RED FLAG WARNING | Issued by the Pueblo (Colorado) National Weather Service at 0733 hours MST
LITTLE FIRE: Fire assets were dispatched at 1730 hours to a wildfire that ignited in Seminole County in the Cromwell area in Oklahoma. IC: R Sith. 18.1 acres were burned. Unknown cause. (ARK-OK Interagency Coordination Center)
January 30, 2020
DE SOTO – NOVA FIRE: A wildlfire was reported North and between BB 6317 and BB 8526 off of Nova Johnson Road on the Desoto National Forest at 1623 hours. 0.1 acre burned. It was both contained and under control at 1402 hours. (MS ICC)
DE SOTO RANGE 14J FIRE: A wildfire broke out at Camp Shelby, located on the Desoto National Forest in Mississippi at 1401 hours. 112 acres were destroyed. Fire was contained at 1308 hours on the same day. No cause of the fire is known. (MS ICC)
VIEJAS #001 FIRE: Fire resources were dispatched to 14 Viejas Grade Road on the Cleveland National Forest in California at 1710 hours. Limited information. (CNF)
MISSION FIRE: Resources dispatched through the Federal Interagency Communications Center responded to Highway 15 x Mission in Fallbrook, California for a wildfire at 1014 hours PST. (FICC)
There were 90 new fires during the period of January 24 – 30, 2020 which required light initial attack activity. No new large incidents or fires were deployed.
In New South Wales, Australia, there are 22 wildland fire personnel that are attached to supporting large fires.
In South Australia, Australia, there are five wildland fire personnel supporting those fires.
In Victoria, Australia, there are 183 wildland fire personnel assigned to supporting those fires.
(Sources: NIFC, NWS, Wildcad)
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