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Eclipse Fires Complex update — 9-7-17

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Eclipse Complex Update, September 7, 2017
Klamath and Six Rivers National Forests

Rains Help Firefighters on the Abney, Cedar and East Flank of Oak Fire

Eclipse Complex Acres:  96,440 acres               Containment: 22%
Abney Fire Acres on Klamath NF: 9,500 acres     
Cedar Fire
:  9,470 Acres
Oak Fire:  86,970 acres
Cause:  Lightning                                                  Total personnel:  696

A Community Meeting for the Eclipse Complex and Abney Fire (Klamath National Forest) will be held Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 6 p.m. at the Karuk Gymnasium, 64236 Second Avenue, Happy Camp, California.  California Interagency Incident Management Team 1 will provide a briefing on the status of the Eclipse Complex and Abney Fire burning on the Klamath and Six Rivers National Forests.  The team will attempt to livestream the meeting on the Klamath National Forest Facebook page and will record the event for later posting in the event livestreaming is not feasible.

Miller Complex Abney Fire (section located on the Klamath National Forest) – Crews have continued to hold the 46N50 Road as the fire has backed down to the road way.  On the fire’s east flank, crews have been able to establish direct line along Horse Creek cutting off the fire’s eastward movement.  Crews also reopened the Gap Fire dozer line as a contingency line to protect the Horse Creek area. Contingency lines have also been reestablished to keep the fire from progressing south into the populated south Seiad Valley.  Structure protection engines remain in place in the Seiad and Horse Creek area.

Today, fire crews are focused on holding and patrolling the 46N50 Road to ensure the fire remains to the north.  Firefighters will work to strengthen and lengthen control lines on the west side of Horse Creek.  Crews will also work to remove brush along the Seiad Valley Road on the edge of the Goff Fire and open dozer lines on the northern boundary of the Gap Fire burn footprint.  Structure protection engines will continue preparation work to defend structures and homes in Seiad Valley and Horse Creek.  Residents and visitors should use caution driving on roads in the area due to increased firefighter traffic.

Oak Fire – Crews held the Oak Fire east of the Blue Ridge and suppressed spot fires near the ridge line in eastern Del Norte County. The Oak Fire has slowly spread south and north on the east side of the Smith River’s South Fork in the Siskiyou Wilderness.  Heavy equipment and crews will continue constructing indirect line to protect the Big Flat area should the fire cross Blue Ridge.

Little heat is showing on the Oak Fire’s eastern flank where crews continue to patrol and mop-up around Happy Camp.  Crews will continue improving primary and contingency lines west of Indian Creek from Boulder Peak north to Kelly Lake.  The fire may not reach this line, but it is in place should the fire in the Siskiyou Wilderness move east.

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 has shown little movement due to sparse fuels.

Thunderstorms with erratic winds will continue in the area this morning and diminish after 11 p.m. Thursday with an increase in the potential for wetting rains.  A flash flood watch has been issued for areas in and around burn footprints.  Northwest winds 5-8 mph with gust to 12 mph are expected on ridges with light winds in the valleys.

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. There is also an Evacuation Warning in place for residents in the Seiad Valley area. To receive updates on changes to evacuation notices in Siskiyou County, residents should register with CodeRed, which has been instituted by the county for rapid reverse 911 automated calls. To register for CodeRed, go to:  www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/content/codered-emergency-alert-system.

While there are no current evacuations in Del Norte County, residents are encouraged to utilize the Del Norte Community Alert System to remain informed about issues that may affect local safety. Go to prepareddelnorte.com to sign up.

Fire Area Closure Orders:  Closures have been executed for roads and trails, including the Pacific Crest Trail, near many of the wildfires, 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 websites and help firefighters.

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KNF: Salmon-August Fire Comples 9-7-17

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Date Started: August 13, 2017*                    Total Size: 65,193 acres
 Cumulative Containment: 14%                    Total Personnel: 1,398

Operational update: Though the Wallow Fire remains very active, easterly winds provided enough smoke clearing and visibility to utilize aerial resources. A Very Large Air Tanker (VLAT), which carries 19,600 gallons of retardant, reinforced containment lines west of Whiskey Butte. Dry ground fuels, gusty winds, spotting, and steep terrain continue to produce rapid fire spread in isolated areas of the Wallow Fire. The priority areas of the Wallow Fire are the northeast, east and southern portions of the fire, where private property and structures exist. Crews are diligently constructing containment lines around these areas, where it is safe to do so. At the same time, firefighters are preparing property and structures closest to the fire edge. Crews and engines continue to patrol, mitigate and monitor the fire overnight.

The current red flag warning is still in effect through tonight. The recent weather pattern has been unsettled, producing gusty winds and isolated thunderstorms. The weather forecast is calling for continued thunderstorms, rain and abundant lighting. Some of the current resources on this incident will be assigned to support initial attack for new, local fire starts.

The current evacuation warning for the Sawyers Bar Road and Salmon River Road is still in place. This area includes Nordheimer Flat to Etna Summit. As many crews and equipment are still working in this area, please be cautious of personnel working along the road and keep vehicle speed to a minimum.
There will be a community meeting held in Etna at the Etna High School today at 6:00 p.m.

Etna High School
700 Howell Ave.
Etna, CA 96027

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/#

* The August 11th date was the start date of the Wallow Fire. The August 13th date reflects when the fires were designated as the Salmon August complex.

Wallow Fire: 64,743 acres; 15% containment. Fire fighters will continue to construct and improve lines on the north and east areas of the fire.

Mary Fire: 91 acres; 70% containment; located five miles south of Cecilville on the divide between the Klamath and Shasta Trinity National Forests. 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 will continue to experience smoke impacts 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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It rained today!!!!!!!!!!!

FIRES, Forestry & USFS

PNP comment:  At around 7:30 a.m. it began raining throughout Scott Valley — fairly hard at first, but it was pretty steady for most of the morning.

Ray Haupt, our Dist. 5 Siskiyou Co. Supervisor, has been attending the early morning and evening meetings at the Etna Fire Camp. He said this rain and the reduction of smoke will give the fire fighting organizers a chance to really get out in front of the fires.

On Wednesday, firefighters were doing burn-out along the contingency fire line behind Crystal Creek Rock to Patterson Creek to stop it before it gets to the valley floor and homes.

Thank you, God, for the rain!

Editor Liz Bowen


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