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Incident Information -- Northwest Large Fire Information Summary

A Large Fire as defined by the National Wildland Coordinating Group, is any wildland fire in timber 100 acres or greater, and 300 acres or greater in grasslands/rangelands, or has an Incident Management Team assigned to it.

Information received from the National ICS-209 incident reporting database for large fires is updated each morning, and shows what has been reported by the Incident Commander the previous day at 7:00 PM. Information shown for each fire incident on the current day may not reflect changes made since the previous days ICS-209 input.

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Updated:    Tuesday, 26th July 2016 at 07:34:09 AM


General Info
Rattlesnake OR-WSA-000045
10 miles north/northeast of Warm Springs. 9225
2016-07-24 Under Investigation
80 2016-07-27
2 single residences and 25 multiple residences
Grass USDI Bureau of Indian Affairs
180 6 6 18
Incident Contacts

(541) 553-8190


The fire grew in size yesterday but fire crews made good progress in building line and securing the perimeter of the fire. One area of concern today is on the northwest portion of the fire perimeter where the fire crossed the Warm Springs River. Last night, crews made good progress on securing this portion of the fire. If this area holds today, the fire may be near 100% containment by tomorrow. The operational plan for today is to continue securing fire line perimeter with special emphasis on the northwest portion of the fire. Structural protection is still in place for residences in the Culpus Bridge area. The Webster Flat road near the Wolf Point subdivision and Hwy 8 east of the Kah-Nee- Ta Resort are still closed to the general public.

2016-07-26 07:28:55

Scott Canyon

General Info
Scott Canyon OR-PRD-000353
Nine miles northwest of Condon 33587
2016-07-21 Unknown
100 2016-07-25
Grass and brush. Moderate to steep terrain. USDI Bureau of Land Management
0 0 0 0
Incident Contacts

Central Oregon Dispatch, (541) 416-6811.


Fire management transitioned to local district control yesterday at 6:00 p.m. All resources assigned to fire were released at that time.

2016-07-26 07:34:07