Wildfire Incident Report
Prepared: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 2:26:24 PM PDT
Fire, Weather & Avalanche Center
La Grande, OR, USA
|Incident #:||2020-WAGPF-000864||FWAC Incident ID:||147712|
|Incident Name:||Big Hollow Fire|
|Last Updated:||Wednesday, October 21, 2020 2:05 PM PDT
(21 mins, 22 secs ago)
|Fire Reported:||Tuesday, September 8, 2020 8:02 AM PDT
(1 month ago)
|Location:||13.9 miles NNW of Carson, WA|
|Responsible Agency:||US Forest Service||Responsible Fire Unit:||Gifford Pinchot National Forest|
|Dispatch Notes:||5n r7e sec 18|
Fire Growth Potential
The Big Hollow Fire is now considered to be 70% contained. Due to the rugged remoteness of the area where much of the fire is burning total containment is not likely to occur until the snow flies or a season ending weather event occurs. Limited smoldering and creeping may continue, but the fire is not expected to move beyond its current footprint as humidity levels remain high. An area closure remains in effect. There are currently no personal use restriction in place.
On Sat., Oct. 10th the Type IV Team assigned to the fire passed incident command back to the Mt. Adams Ranger District. All resources have been demobilized and all contractors have removed their equipment from the fire. A Burn Area Emergency Response Team submitted an emergency rehabilitation and restoration plan on 10/13/2020. Fall repair needs are almost accomplished and the rest will be tackled in the Spring. The Duty Officers and Forest Incident Commanders are aware of the remaining needs.
For fire information call 360-335-7647 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Date of Origin||Tuesday September 08th, 2020 approx. 04:30 AM||Location||15 miles NW of Carson Washington and 7 miles SE of Cougar Washington.|
|Incident Commander||Craig Pyeatt - IC||Coordinates||45.927, -121.98|
|Total Personnel||3||Size (Acres)||24,995|
|Containment||70%||Estimated Containment Date||Tuesday October 20th, 2020 approx. 10:00 AM|
|Fuels Involved||Timber (Litter and Understory)|
Closed Timber Litter
Medium Logging Slash
Fire behavior moderated with rain that occurred.
|Planned Actions||The Type IV Team assigned to the fire was demobilized on 10/10/2020. Incident Command was passed back to the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Duty Officers are aware of the remaining needs. All resources are demobilized. All contractors have removed their equipment from the fire. Fall repair needs are almost accomplished, the rest will be tackled in the Spring. The Duty Officers and Forest IC’s are ready to finish. |
The fire number is 360-335-7647 (09/28/2020) email: email@example.com
|Projected Incident Activity||Due to ample precipitation the fire is not expected to exceed the current footprint. A Burn Area Emergency Response Team submitted an emergency rehabilitation and restoration plan on 10/13/2020.|
|Remarks||70% of the fire is currently contained.|
|Weather Concerns||Rain showers have moderated fire behavior. Wet and muddy roads could create logistical and travel issues.|
|Incident Contact||Big Hollow Fire Information|
Hours: M-F 0830 -1700
|Fire Unit Information||Gifford Pinchot National Forest|
U.S. Forest Service
1501 E. Evergreen Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98682
|Dispatch Contact||Columbia Cascade Communication Center | Vancouver, WA
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