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Incident #: NCF-362 Fire Start: 8 months ago Location: 1.1 miles S of Pollock, ID Acres: 8,220 Agency: Grangeville Interagency Dispatch Center (ID-GVC)
Fire Growth Potential
Updated: 1 day, 15 hours ago — The Rattlesnake Fire is 100% contained. Containment equates to the fire not being a threat of spreading outside the existing burned area.Fire behavior in the Rattlesnake Creek fire has moderated and Forest Closure Order #0412-529 has been terminated. While full containment has been reached, we expect to see fire continue to creep and smolder in the Squirrel and Pony Creek drainages but does not pose a threat to containment objectives. The fire is still being monitored and patrolled by fire suppression resources and rehabilitation continues on a dozer line out of the Hillman Basin and a contingency line along the southern flank. Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) treatments are being implemented. Those travelling or recreating in the burned area should be aware of hazards in the burned area, including creeping fire, hazard trees, unstable terrain, displaced wildlife, burned stumps and root chambers, flash flooding and debris flows.The Closure Order for the Rattlesnake Creek Fire was...
Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests Email: email@example.com Phone: 208-820-1965 Hours: 8 am - 5 pm Payette National Forest Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 208-634-0820 Hours: 8 am - 5 pmShow additional contacts
Fire Unit Information
Nez Perce - Clearwater National Forests U.S. Forest Service 903 3rd Street Kamiah Idaho 83536 Kamiah, ID 83536
Date of Origin
Monday July 23rd, 2018 approx. 12:00 PM
West side of Highway 95 near mile marker 184; near Pollock
45.284 latitude, -116.367 longitude
Mixed conifer with fir, Lodgepole pine and Ponderosa pine. Heavy dead and down and brushy understory
Isolated torching, creeping and smoldering is expected in Pony Creek on the Payette portion of the fire.
Firm up the fire line in Pony and Lockwood Creeks on the Payette portion of the fire.
Projected Incident Activity
While Burned Area Emergency Recovery (BAER) is underway now, fire managers are still engaged with ground based firefighters and aerial assets in actively addressing hot spots on the fire.
Some single tree or group torching is taking place in the east facing drainages on the Payette Nat'l part of the fire.