Long Hollow Fire


CONTAINED

Incident #: PRD-806
Fire Start: 3 months ago
Location: 5 miles E of Dufur, OR
Acres: 33,451
Agency: Central Oregon Interagency Dispatch Center (OR-COC)
Dispatch Notes: Contain: 08/06/18 1000control: 08/25/18 1237

Current Weather

Fire Growth Potential

Incident Overview

Updated: 30 mins, 55 secs ago — Long Hollow Fire Summary: The Long Hollow fire started from farm equipment in a field southeast of Dufur, Oregon. The fire was first reported Thursday July 26th at 4:45 p.m., and it quickly spread that afternoon and evening and into the Deschutes River canyon closing segment 3 of the river. As of 8 am on July 31, the fire size is estimated at 33,451 acres. The Substation fire is immediately to the north of the Long Hollow fire. Firefighters have been coordinating the fire alongside Wasco and Sherman Counties and local rangeland fire protection association firefighters. This is Wasco and Sherman County‚Äôs third major fire this season impacting approximately 230,000 acres. Northwest Incident Management Team #10 led by Incident Commander Al Lawson is returning the fire to local management as of 6 a.m. on August 1st. The Prineville BLM in cooperation with NWIMT #10 and local Sherriff offices have opened the Deschutes River access road and river to recreation as of Sunday July...

Contact

Incident Contact
Fire Information
Email: centralorfireinfo@gmail.com
Phone: 541-316-7711
Hours: SS 6 AM - 9 PM
Fire Unit Information
Prineville District
Bureau of Land Management
3050 NE 3rd St.
Prineville, OR 97754

Basic Information

Cause
Human
Date of Origin
Thursday July 26th, 2018 approx. 04:45 PM
Location
5 Miles S of Dufur, OR
Incident Commander
Al Lawson
Coordinates
45.396 latitude, -121.055 longitude

Current Situation

Total Personnel
153
Size
33,451 Acres
% Contained
95%
Estimated Containment Date
Wednesday August 01st, 2018 approx. 12:00 AM
Fuels Involved
Short (1 foot) and tall grass (2.5 feet), brush (2 feet)
Significant Events
Most of the fire is displaying minimal fire behavior. However, some heavier fuels may exhibit more moderate fire behavior.

Outlook

Planned Actions
Continue to patrol, secure, and repair fire lines. Transitioning to a local fire organization.
Projected Incident Activity
Although some areas of heavier fuels continue to produce moderate fire behavior and the potential for spotting, it is expected that the fire will remain within control lines.
Remarks
Minimal fire behavior. Tuesday, crews continued to secure and patrol firelines, and monitor area of heavier fuel concentrations that have flared up in days past.