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Klamath National Forest: Salmon-August Fires Complex update 9-4-17

FIRES, Forestry & USFS

Date Started: August 11, 2017                      Total Size: 48,889 acres
Cumulative Containment: 14%                    Total Personnel: 1,716

Operational update: Due to the red flag warning for gusty, northeast winds and active fire on the Wallow Fire, the evacuation warning that was issued Friday afternoon for residents along Sawyers Bar Road was upgraded last night at 8:30 p.m. to an evacuation order. The area affected includes Nordheimer Flat to Etna Summit on the Sawyers Bar Road. An evacuation shelter is in place at the Etna High School. The evacuation order remains in place until further notice.

The red flag warning should expire after 9 a.m. this morning. However, hot and dry conditions are still expected throughout the next few days, with a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. Forecasted weather will likely be unfavorable for containment efforts.

The Wallow fire remains very active in four locations:  North of Etna Mill Creek, south of Yellow Dog Peak, areas around Chimney Rock, and west of Bear Wallow Peak. Long range spotting and roll-out of burning material create fire spread in the steep terrain, while dry, downed fuels carry fire spread throughout other areas within the fire. Crews continue preparing structures and property for protection in this area by clearing burnable vegetation and placing sprinkler systems around structures. Due to consistent fire activity at night, crews and engines are still in place to patrol, mitigate and monitor the fire overnight.

Heavy smoke continues to create a challenge for aircraft to support crews with water drops and retardant.  However, six helicopters are still prepared to assist when visibility improves. The reduced visibility also affects the ability for aerial IR (infrared) flights to accurately assess fire spread.

A forest closure order is in effect for the portions of Marble Mountain Wilderness until the fire is declared out. The Pacific Crest Trail No. 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) is included in the new closure from the intersection with Forest Trail No. 5545 (Kidder Creek Trail) to its intersection with Forest Trail No. 5542 (Shackleford Trail). Details of closure points can be found on InciWeb at https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5501/#

An evacuation order is in effect from Etna Summit to Nordheimer Flat on the Sawyers Bar Road.

Wallow Fire: 48,439 acres; 10% containment. Fire fighters will continue to construct and improve lines on the north and east of the fire. The south and southwest areas are being closely monitored and areas to construct handline and use dozers is being assessed. The Island and Pointers Fires have been consume by the Wallow Fire and are no longer being reported separately.

Mary Fire: 91 acres; 70% containment; located five miles south of Cecilville on the divide between the Klamath and Shasta Trinity National Forests. Crews have constructed line in areas that create the most threat. The fire will continue to be monitored.

Rush Fire: 3 acres; 100% containment. The fire will continue to be monitored.

Grizzly Fire: 90 acres; 100% containment.  The fire will continue to be monitored.

Garden Fire: 266 acres; 100% containment.

Residents within Siskiyou County should expect to see an increase of smoke over the next several days, from this complex and surrounding fires.  A daily Air Quality Report is posted on the fire’s Inciweb page. For updated smoke forecasts, please visit this link: http://bit.ly/2uSYloh

For updated fire information, please visit InciWeb: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5501/

For evacuation information, please visit CODE RED: http://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/content/codered-emergency-alert-system

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Klamath and Six Rivers National Forests: Eclipse Fires Complex update 9-4-17

FIRES, Forestry & USFS

Eclipse Complex Update, September 4, 2017
Klamath and Six Rivers National Forests

Strong Northeast Winds Expected to Challenge Firefighters Today

Acres:  80,503 acres (No IR Flight for two days)        Cedar Fire:  8,713 Acres
Containment:  25%                        Oak Fire:  71,790 acres (includes Young Fire)
Cause:  Lightning                            Total personnel:  798

Yesterday, fires of the complex were slowed by a heavy inversion and thick smoke cover that shaded the fires.  The Oak Fire continued to slowly burn north and back into the Smith River’s South Fork where it continues to hold east of the river. Crews made progress on the Oak Fire’s western side, improving containment and contingency lines from Bear Basin Butte along Blue Ridge toward Sugarloaf Mountain. A contingency line is also being improved from Ship Mountain south to Muslatt Mountain.  Additional line construction was completed in the vicinity of Big Flat.   Fire lines around Happy Camp have held and there has been no additional growth in the last 48 hours.  Fire movement on the Cedar Fire has been limited to slow northward spread in the Red Butte Wilderness.

Today, fire crews are patrolling and mopping up containment lines around Happy Camp, while extending important contingency lines on the Oak Fire’s east flank to protect Indian Creek and east of Big Flat on the fire’s west flank.

Oak Fire:  On the Oak Fire’s southeast flank, crews will patrol, hold and mop-up containment lines near Benjamin Creek. The Oak Fire has reached Highway 96 and stopped. One-way traffic control on Highway 96 has ended. Crews will continue improving primary and contingency lines west of Indian Creek from Boulder Peak north to Kelly Lake. On the Oak Fire’s western flank, heavy equipment and crews will continue constructing indirect line along Blue Ridge, west of the South Fork of the Smith River, as a contingency line should the fire spot across the river. The Oak Fire is expected to continue to move north up Clear and Preston creek drainages today and slowly back toward the Smith River’s South Fork.

Cedar Fire:  Crews will continue to mop and patrol along Thompson Creek. Contingency lines along existing roads have been constructed on the west side of the Cedar Fire to prevent it from spreading west. Handline along the fire’s east flank is preventing the fire from spreading east. Crews are monitoring the northward spread of the Cedar Fire toward Red Butte Wilderness. The fire has crossed the ridgeline between Pyramid Peak and Figurehead Mountain at the wilderness boundary, where it showed little movement due to sparse fuels.

A Red Flag Warning is in effect through 9 AM Monday due to gusty wind and low relative humidity.  The gusty northeast winds will persist into the morning hours before tapering off midday. Humidity will remain low on ridges throughout the day.

Heavy smoke is expected to continue in valley bottoms below an inversion layer. Residents of Happy Camp seeking clean air may visit the Karuk Senior Center between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Detailed smoke forecasts and information on smoke impacts can be found on the California Smoke Blog at californiasmokeinfo.blogspot.com.

The Limited Evacuation Warning remains in effect for the area directly southwest of the Happy Camp Airport through the Clear Creek Area. To receive updates on changes to evacuation notices, residents should register with CodeRed, which has been instituted by Siskiyou County for rapid reverse 911 automated calls. To register for CodeRed, go to:  www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/content/codered-emergency-alert-system.

Fire Area Closure Orders:  Closures have been executed for roads and trails near many of the wildfires, including the Pacific Crest Trail, closing them to public entry to provide for safety. Additional information about the closures and fires is available on Inciweb at inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/closures/5511 and at key locations in Happy Camp, Seiad Valley and Gasquet.

One Less Spark – One Less Wildfire:  Firefighters ask that you be extremely careful and prevent new fire starts. Review fire restrictions on the Klamath and Six Rivers National Forest web sites and help firefighters.

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Oregon: Chetco Bar Fire Evacuation Level 1 and 3 Josephine County 9-4-2017

FIRES, Forestry & USFS

Incident: Chetco Bar Fire Wildfire
Released: 6 hrs. ago

Under the recommendation of the Chetco Bar Fire Incident Commander with concurrence of the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office and the Illinois Valley Fire District, a Level 3 evacuation order has been issued for all residents on Illinois River Road within the US Forest Service Boundaries. This includes the Oak Flat Community.

A Level 3 “GO” Evacuation means that you need to LEAVE IMMEDIATELY! Danger to your area is current or imminent, and you should evacuate immediately. If you choose to ignore this advisement, you must understand that emergency services may not be available to assist you further. DO NOT delay leaving to gather any belongings or make efforts to protect your home. Access to evacuated areas may be denied until conditions are safe for citizens to return. DO NOT plan to return to check on your house or animals. If it is not safe for you, it is not safe for them!

The US Forest Service has closed Illinois River Road and is turning back public traffic along the Illinois River Road. We strongly advise travelers to avoid this area so the appropriate law enforcement and wildland firefighter resources can respond to this emergency.

A Level 1 “Be Ready” evacuation order has been issued for the residents of the Illinois Valley west of Highway 199 from Hayes Hill to the California state line. This is a precautionary measure to insure residents are aware of changing conditions and wind driven fire behavior.

A Level 1 “Be Ready” Evacuation means that you should be aware of the danger that exists in your area, monitor emergency services websites and local media outlets for information. This is the time for preparation and precautionary movement of persons with special needs, mobile property and (under certain circumstances) pets and livestock. If conditions worsen, emergency services personnel may contact you via an emergency notification system.

Chetco Bar Fire Information will be staffed 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and can be reached at 541-247-3680.

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Siskiyou County: Search and Rescue Operations Finds Body of Possible Missing Adult on Mount Shasta

Sheriff Jon Lopey, Siskiyou Sheriff's report

September 4, 2017

               On Friday, September 1, 2017, at about 11:29 a.m., Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) deputies responded to a report of a missing hiker last heard from on August 22, 2017, while reportedly climbing Mt. Shasta.  A missing person’s case was taken and a search conducted by the SCSO’s Search and Rescue (SAR) Coordinator and United States Forest Service (USFS) personnel.

The missing person’s report was received from a relative and she confirmed her last communication with the missing man was on August 22, 2017 via one or more text messages.  A SCSO Deputy located the missing man’s vehicle at Bunny Flat.  The vehicle was found unoccupied and secure.

A CHP helicopter was requested to conduct an aerial search of the Mt. Shasta area for the missing man, identified as Mr. Dwayne E. Hensley, 35, of Cocoa, Florida.  On September 2, 2017, at about 2:52 p.m., the CHP helicopter crew reported finding a possible body in a ravine near the 8,788 feet elevation level of Mt. Shasta.  USFS Rescue Climbers were able to recover the body of a male adult located in a ravine matching the description of the missing hiker.  The deceased male adult may have fallen from a higher elevation based on the condition of the body and the man had been deceased for a time prior to his recovery.

              According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “This death investigation is still underway.  There is no evidence of foul play but a cause and manner of death will not be determined until an autopsy is conducted this week.  On behalf of the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office, I would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to the victim, his family, friends, and associates in the aftermath of this tragedy.

I would also like to take this opportunity to recognize the diligent efforts of SCSO, USFS, and CHP responders whose efforts led to the successful recovery of the victim in this case without mishap.  It should be added that climbing conditions on Mt. Shasta can be unpredictable and hikers should be well equipped, knowledgeable about local conditions, and climbers should not traverse the mountain alone.

A wealth of information can be obtained from the local USFS office and the USFS Shasta-Trinity Forest website.  Additionally, there are local mountain guides and other experts available for local and out-of-county climbers interested in learning more about outdoor hiking and mountain climbing activities on Mt. Shasta and other sites in the county.

A positive identification of the victim in this case should be confirmed within the next two to three days by SCSO investigators. Anyone with any information about the missing person’s case is urged to contact the SCSO’s 24-hour Dispatch Center at (530) 841-2900.”

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 9-12-17

TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, Sept. 12th

6:30 PM

at the Covenant Chapel Church
200 Greenhorn Rd.

Yreka

Speakers:

Jeff Deutscher    —   The Truth is Stranger than Reality..How you are being lied to

And

Erin Ryan        Congressman Doug La Malfa’s Field Representative                      What’s happening in Washington

Free….no membership. Doors open at 6PM, come early to socialize with like minded people.

Contact Louise @ 530-842-5443

 

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