AZ Wildfire | Stage Fire | Update 2

 UPDATE 2 – 5/3/2020 – SUNDAY

INCIDENT SUMMARY

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Arizona State Forestry wildland firefighters were dispatched to the STAGE FIRE on Satruday, May 2nd this afternoon to a brush fire that ignited approximately 1.5 miles northeast of New River and east of I-17.  This is located in Maricopa County, Arizona.

A smoke column could be see from the Arizona I17 SB Anthem web cam.

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There has been 259 acres of grass and brush burned.  Crews have successfully gained a 75% containment status.

Photo Credit | Daisy Mtn Fire & Rescue

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The fire was deemed to be human-caused by two Fire Investigators.

The investigation is still considered as an active case.

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(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – Updated 5/3/2020 1450 MST

AZ Wildfire | Stage Fire | Final Update

FINAL UPDATE – 5/3/2020 – SUNDAY

INCIDENT SUMMARY

Arizona State Forestry wildland firefighters were dispatched to the STAGE FIRE on Satruday, May 2nd this afternoon to a brush fire that ignited approximately 1.5 miles northeast of New River and east of I-17.  This is located in Maricopa County, Arizona.

A smoke column could be see from the Arizona I17 SB Anthem web cam.

There has been 259 acres of grass and brush burned.  Crews have successfully gained a 75% containment status.

The fire was deemed to be human-caused by two Fire Investigators.  The investigation is still considered as an active case.

Photo Credit | AZ State Forestry

TRAFFIC CLOSURES

I-17 NB opened up last night.

 

(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – Updated 5/3/2020 1422 MST

AZ Wildfire | Stage Fire | Update 2

UPDATE 2 – 5/2/2020 – SATURDAY

INCIDENT SUMMARY

Arizona State Forestry wildland firefighters were dispatched to the STAGE FIRE on Satruday, May 2nd this afternoon to a brush fire that ignited approximately 1.5 miles northeast of New River and east of I-17.  This is located in Maricopa County, Arizona.

A smoke column could be see from the Arizona I17 SB Anthem web cam.

It is burning in a wash in grass and brush.

Photo Credit | AZ State Forestry

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TRAFFIC CLOSURES

I17 NB is closed at New River.  All traffic has to exit at New River. AZ DOT is reporting an 8-mile backup starting near Anthem Way. There is no ETA on when it will be reopend. Southbound lanes are open and unaffected.  Traveler info:  az511.gov or calling 511. Twitter:  @ArizonaDOT.

Photo Credit | Arizona DOT

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SIZE

Fire has grown to 200 acres and moving rapidly through desert vegetation.

INCIDENT COOPERATORS

More than 150 firefighters, along with air and ground assets to this incident.  Agencies represented are AZ State Forestry, BLM , Daisy Mtn Fire & Medical and local resources.

Footage Credit | Daisy Mtn Fire & Rescue

(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – Updated 5/2/2020  1715 MST

AZ Wildfire | Stage Fire | Update 1

UPDATE 1 – 5/2/2020 – SATURDAY

INCIDENT SUMMARY

Arizona State Forestry wildland firefighters were dispatched to the STAGE FIRE on Satruday, May 2nd this afternoon to a brush fire that ignited approximately 1.5 miles northeast of New River and east of I-17.  This is located in Maricopa County, Arizona.

A smoke column could be see from the Arizona I17 SB Anthem web cam.

It is burning in a wash in grass and brush.

Photo Credit | AZ State Forestry

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TRAFFIC CLOSURES

I17 NB is closed at New River.  All traffic has to exit at New River. AZ DOT is reporting an 8-mile backup starting near Anthem Way. There is no ETA on when it will be reopend. Southbound lanes are open and unaffected.  Traveler info:  az511.gov or calling 511. Twitter:  @ArizonaDOT.

Photo Credit | Arizona DOT

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SIZE

The fire is estimated to be around 60-80 acres in siz with a 0% containment status.

RESOURCES

Additional resources are order for more aircraft.

(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – Updated 5/2/2020 1605 MST

The Wildfire Report | Hilton Wash Fire | NEW

Sonoita, Az. | A new wildfire has ignited, called the Hilton Wash Fire today.  It is located about nine miles NE of Sonoita and near Empire Ranch with the Las Cinegas NCA.

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Stock Photo | Credit: BLM

The fire has scorched about 150 acres of tall grass has been destroyed.  Fire resources and assets were dispatched this afternoon around 1633 hours MDT.  CAD records showed that BLM resources were still responding to the scene.

Equipment and personnel included GID Engines 4337, T-3, Battallion 3-1 and Engine 361.

Hashtags | #AZwildfires #FireSeason2019

 

The Wildfire Log | Reservation Field Fire | 2

STEVENS COUNTY, Wash. | A wildfire has broken out in the 4700 block of Reservation Road and off of Johnny Walker Way in Stevens County.WA DNR resources, along with local partners were dispatched on Sunday at 1038 hours PDT.

Incident Cooperators

Resources include: AA 4TS AR 29 AR 445 AR 446 AR 447 AR 450 AR 61 C 6201 E Zone 10 FB 207 FB 210 arrived on-scene around 1114 hours PDT. Additional partners include the Stevens County Fire District #1, Spokane Tribe and the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office.

Evacuations

Level 1 (Get Ready) evacuations are listed as notifications only.  However,  you should be prepared just in case you are asked to evacuate.

No word if the notices have been lifted or are still in effect.

Size Up

Acreage has increased to an estimation of 20 acres and crews have mostly stopped the forward progression of the fire.

Cause

Fire spread in to wildland interface from a structure fire.  Fire crews believed the structure was an abandoned single-wide trailer.

No actual cause has been determined by Investigators.

Damages

No word on total damages to property or fire suppression and containment costs-to-date.

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated on 8/18/2019 @ 1435 Hours PDT.

 

 

 

The Wildfire Log | Reservation Field Fire | 1

STEVENS COUNTY, Wash. | A wildfire has broken out in the 4700 block of Reservation Road and off of Johnny Walker Way in Stevens County.WA DNR resources, along with local partners were dispatched on Sunday at 1038 hours PDT.

Incident Cooperators

Resources include: AA 4TS AR 29 AR 445 AR 446 AR 447 AR 450 AR 61 C 6201 E Zone 10 FB 207 FB 210 arrived on-scene around 1114 hours PDT. Additional partners include the Stevens County Fire District #1, Spokane Tribe and the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office.

Evacuations

Level 1 (Get Ready) evacuation notices have been issued for those that reside in the following areas:

  • Reservation Road
  • Johnny Walker Way
  • Sanctuary Way
  • South Cemetery Road

Size Up

A total of 10 acres has been burned.  There is no containment at this time.

Cause

The cause is unknown at this time.

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated on 8/18/2019 @ 1330 Hours PDT.

 

 

 

The Wildfire Log: Upper Joe Fire in Chelan County, Washington

Update 1 – July 6, 2019 – Saturday

WA DNR fire assets and personnel have been dispatched to the UPPER JOE FIRE located on Grade Creek in Chelan County, Washington at around 1342 hours PDT.

The fire has destroyed about 5 acres of grass and brush.

Resources include:  Crews 52 and 74; Engines 321 and 353. H-1MR, SE units: 1225, 146 and Escobar.

No word on the cause.

No reports of injuries or deaths to firefighters or civilians have been made.

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated @ 1515 PDT

The Wildfire Log: Riggs Canyon Fire Continues to Burn | 2

UPDATE 2 – JULY 6, 2019 – SATURDAY

There has been limited updates from fire resources.

 

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated @ 1505 hours PDT

The Wildfire Log: Kittitas County’s Riggs Canyon Fire | 1

UPDATE 1 – JULY 6, 2019 – SATURDAY

A wildfire burning in the North Riggs Canyon in Kittitas County, Washington which prompted Dispatchers via the Central WA Interagency Communications Center to deploy fire assets and resources at 1255 hours PDT.   Fire assets included:  Ahtanum 20, Engine 331, Helicopters 339 and 346, SE 426, 461 and 468. SE Martin, SE Sylfiel.

Fire behavior is active and moving towards Coleman.  Level 1 evacuations are being coordinated by State Patrol Wildlife Officer and several County officers of the Manastash rec area.

Next update at 1500 hours PDT or unless more significant activity occurs.

(c) 2019 NW Fire Blog – Updated @ 1445 hours PDT