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Salmon-August Complex Update 9-17-17

FIRES, Forestry & USFS

September 17, 2017

Date Started: August 13, 2017                Total Size: 65,888 acres
Cumulative Containment: 34%                   Total Personnel: 885

Operational update: The cool and cloudy start to the day gave way to sun and temperatures in the 70’s. The winds were gusty out of the southwest across the fire, but crews were able to hold the containment lines and prevent any significant fire spread. On the Wallow fire, the firefighters were successful in keeping the fire out of the Cabin Creek drainage on the northern portion of the fire. There will be an engine working on the northeastern side of the fire again today to continue keeping the fire east of Cabin Creek. Crews worked up into The Cedars on the southern end of the fire because they found some hot spots when they flew over the area. Today crews will continue to work on those areas of heat and make sure there is no threat of additional fire spread.

On the Deep Fire, crews worked to keep the burn east of Deep Creek and west of Second Valley Creek. Today firefighters will continue suppression efforts on the eastern side and will work into the interior putting out hotspots within fifteen feet of the edge of the burn.

All of the other fires in the complex (see page 2) were monitored by the air and remain 100-percent contained.

Currently, there are no evacuations in effect for communities near the Salmon August Complex.

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/#

Wallow Fire: 65,812 acres; 32% containment. Fire fighters will continue to construct and improve lines on the north and east areas of the fire.

Deep Fire: Approximately 199 acres; 11% containment. Fire fighters will continue to construct and improve containment line.

Fourth Fire: One quarter (.25) acre; 100% containment. The fire is unstaffed, but will continue to be monitored.

Claire Fire: One Tenth (.10) acre; 100% containment. The fire is unstaffed, but will continue to be monitored.

Mary Fire: 91 acres; 100% containment. The fire is unstaffed, but will continue to be monitored.

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

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

Garden Fire: 266 acres; 100% containment. The fire is unstaffed, but will continue to be monitored.

Bingham Fire: 0.13 acres; 100% containment. The fire is unstaffed, but will continue to be monitored.

Blaine Fire: 1 – 3 Acres; unknown containment.  Aircraft provided retardant and water drops yesterday.  Smokejumpers will staff the fire today.

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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Eclipse Complex and Abney Fire Update 9-17-17

FIRES, Forestry & USFS

September 17, 2017
Klamath and Six Rivers National Forests

Cooler, Wetter Conditions Expected This Coming Week on the Eclipse Complex

Eclipse Complex Acres:  98,650 acres                        Containment: 31%
Cedar Fire:  9,112 Acres                                                Oak Fire:  89,424 acres
Little Buck Fire: 113 acres                                            Abney Fire Acres on Klamath NF: 9,500 acres
Cause:  Lightning                                                            Total personnel:  669

Yesterday was the last day of above-normal temperatures over the Eclipse Complex fire area. Active fire burned at low-intensity with 1 foot flame-lengths burning understory only.  The two areas of concern where firefighters were engaged with the fire were on the west side of the Oak Fire and the east side of the Abney fire.

Cooler temperatures and higher humidity are predicted to start this evening.  The first chance for a wetting rain will be this evening, with rain expected each day next week through Thursday.  Rain is expected to be patchy over the Eclipse Complex area.  Cooler, moist conditions will aid firefighting efforts, but may not be enough to fully contain all active areas in the Complex.

Oak Fire: Several areas along the west side were active yesterday.  Along the northwest side, near the intersection of Forest Roads 16N71 and 16N02, fire actively backed off the road that that had been burned-out/back-burned last week.  The remainder of the fire did not spread much and was well-behaved, burning at low intensity.  Just east of Blue Ridge, fire made a small run up the Smith River drainage but was halted by the dozer line.  This left a small island of unburned vegetation that may be back-burned today to keep areas near the perimeter black.  Fire continued to burn gently in Harrington Creek, moving to the west but remaining on the east side of the Smith River drainage.  The fire also burned south in this drainage at a low intensity.

Little Buck Fire:  This fire produced smoke yesterday and grew slowly towards the north end of the Oak Fire.  Firefighters continue to watch this fire, and will use water drops and retardant should it move in other directions.

Abney Fire (Miller Complex section located on the Klamath National Forest):   West side, West Fork of Seiad Creek:  Firelines continue to be improved.  East side, Horse Creek: Another slop-over occurred today with a burning snag falling across the creek in the same vicinity as yesterday.  Firefighters responded quickly and used air support.  The slop-over was contained at 0.5 acres.

Other Fires in the Complex:  All of the smaller fires are completely out.  Fire lines around the Cedar Fire are holding.  Smoke was observed in the interior and northern perimeter of the Cedar Fire.

Note:  While we’ve seen a lot of success with firefighting efforts, there is still open fire line northeast of Seiad Valley on the Abney fire.  That is why the evacuation warnings and fire area closures remain in place:

The Evacuation Warning for Seiad Valley and Horse Creek area remains in place. Local officials are continuously evaluating as to when the Warning level may be lifted.  The Evacuation Warning for Happy Camp has been lifted.  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 due to the Eclipse Complex, residents are encouraged to utilize the Del Norte Community Alert System to remain informed about issues that may affect local safety. Go to preparedelnorte.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.


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