#Breaking | Commercial Fire in Washougal WA | 2


Incident Summary

A media source reported that the Camas-Washougal FD released a stating a large commercial fire was burning through a storage yard of a plastic drain and irrigation piping at the Advanced Drainage System business around 2000 hours PDT on Friday evening.

Fire in the Area

There was a report of an unknown fire originally near the intersection of South 35 and Index Street in the City of Washougal.

Scanner Feed came up as a brush fire in a commercial lot that had multiple exposures.  That fire was not stated as to where that was located.

No official word on the cause as the County Fire Investigator will be investigating.


It was later reported as a 2-Alarm commercial structure fire with a total of 8 engines from the CWFD and Vancouver FD.

A fire company will be on fire watch throughout the night.



No injuries were reported.



(c) 2017 The NW Fire Blog – 7/28/2017 @ 2257 Hours PDT


#Breaking | Commercial Fire in Washougal WA | 1


Incident Summary

Responding fire units were dispatched to a commercial lot for a very large brush fire in an industrial area around 2004 hours PDT on Friday, July 28, 2017.  Around 2016 hours PDT,  Command updated Dispatch the fire had a fast rate of spread with multiple exposures. At 2035 hours, it was still being reported as a fast-moving brush fire with  many exposure structures around it.


Resources from the Washougal Fire Department are on-scene fighting the blaze. It is unknown if there are other mutual aid Agencies assisting and whom those units may be.

Fire Weather

Weather forecasters are saying smoke is now blow towards Corbett with winds NW/NNW.

Current Conditions

The fire has been mostly knocked down and appears to be smoldering.  Two semi trailers were removed from the fire location that were heavily damaged or totalled.

No injuries were reported.

Social Media

The fire is being covered all over Social Media with some saying the smoke can be seen as far away as Portland, Troutdale and other Cities in Oregon.

We will provide an update as soon as info is available.

(c) 2017 The NW Fire Blog – 7/28/2017 @ 2150 Hours PDT