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Incident #: SES-399 Fire Start: 8 months ago Location: 0.8 miles SSE of Chelan Falls, WA Acres: 1,842 Agency: Central Washington Interagency Center (WA-CWC) Dispatch Notes: Contain: 08/16/18 1800 control: 08/16/18 1801 out: 10/01/18 1345
Fire Growth Potential
Updated: 32 mins, 53 secs ago — The Chelan Hills fire has burned 1,842 acres, is 97 percent contained and has 244 personnel currently working the fire. Firefighters are falling burned and dead hazard trees. Hazard trees create an immediate danger for anyone in the area. They can also fall over, rolldown the hillside and start new fires. The public is asked to take precautions to avoid those areas and heavy equipment and fire suppression traffic continues. There are no road closures or evacuations at this time. In the event of any changes updated information can be found on the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (Emergency Management) Facebook or Twitter. Fire crews and heavy equipment continue to move and work throughout the fire area and within the community of Chelan. The public is urged to drive with caution as crews work to suppress the fire. Once Northwest Interagency Incident Management Team 11 (NWT11) completes the assigned mission, the team will be released and local fire agencies will continue to patrol...