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The Suiattle Creek Fire was reported on August 30, 2022 at 2:45 pm northeast and upslope of the Suiattle River Road (Forest Road 26). The suspected cause of the fire was lightning. The fire is located approximately 10 miles northeast of Darrington, Washington. The Suiattle River Road has been closed at the National Forest boundary. Several trails and Buck Creek Campground are closed for public and firefighter safety, effective September 1, 2022, until rescinded. A Level 1 "Be Ready" evacuation notice has been issued by Skagit County for the lower Suiattle River Valley north of the Suiattle River Fire. Two larger,lightning-caused fires are active to the east, in Glacier Peak Wilderness, the Boulder Lake and Lake Toketie Fires.
Puget Sound Interagency Communication Center (WA-PSC)