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Incident #: WRD-319 Fire Start: 6 months ago Location: 11.6 miles SE of Dinosaur, CO Acres: 6,310 Agency: Craig Interagency Dispatch Center (CO-CRC) Dispatch Notes: Co-wrd-319iqcs: 418700 | Contain: 08/06/18 1800 control: 08/30/18 0900 out: 09/27/18 1100
Fire Growth Potential
Updated: 6 hours, 37 mins ago — Final Update for Indian Valley Fire Fire managers are pleased with progress on the Indian Valley Fire. Fire activity has moderated, giving firefighters a chance to secure containment lines, mop up hot spots, and repair suppression impacts. Air support remains available to respond as needed.Safety: Heavy equipment will be operating on roads in the vicinity of the Indian Valley Road.Smoke Impacts: Widespread smoke from large wildfires in Colorado and other western states caused an air quality advisory yesterday. For information on smoke impacts to air quality, visit:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment https://www.colorado.gov/airquality/colo_smoke.aspxFire Restrictions
White River Field Office Bureau of Land Management 220 E Market St Meeker, CO 81641
Date of Origin
Friday July 20th, 2018 approx. 02:30 PM
16 miles northwest of Meeker, CO
40.192 latitude, -108.201 longitude
Short grass, 1 foot Oak brush, 6 feet Sage brush, 2 feet
Primary carriers include sparse sage, grass valley bottoms, mature stands, 6 foot sage, dense stands of Gambel Oak, acting more like a 10-15 ft brush stand. Pinyon-Juniper with sage/grass understory
Cumulus development across the fire area resulted in a continuation of minimal fire activity. Residual fire activity in interior unburned fuels continues to diminish.
Beginning on 8/06, the Indian Valley Fire will be patrolled by aircraft. Ground resources will staff the fire only if a threat to containment lines is detected.
Projected Incident Activity
Over the next 12 hours, interior pockets will continue to smolder, creep, spread through unburned islands. In the next 72 hours, fire behavior will continue to diminish as unburned pockets burn out. Fire spread along containment lines should be minimal. Heat sources along containment lines and interior pockets of unburned fuels may persist.
Southwestern Area Incident Management Team 5 is also managing the Red Canyon Fire and supporting local initial attack resources.