The following is a list of the most recently updated wildfire incidents around the country. Click the links for more details on each incident.
- August Complex (Wildfire) September 28, 2020USDA Forest Service and CAL FIRE are engaged in a coordinated response to manage and suppress the August Complex. The Complex consists of multiple fires that have burned together and are collectively known as the August Complex. The August Complex is being managed by NIMO - Quesinberry in the South Zone (what had been the Doe Fire), Alaska Incident Managem […]
- Cameron Peak Fire (Wildfire) September 28, 2020The Cameron Peak Fire is currently 124,021 acres. Cooler temperatures and decreasing winds today will create less havoc for firefighting efforts and be a welcome change after the past two difficult days. Crews and equipment will continue engaging the fire directly where there is a high probability of success and it is safe to do so. Firefighting efforts will […]
- SQF Complex (Wildfire) September 28, 2020California recently experienced 12,000 lightning strikes, resulting in 560 new fires. The Sequoia Complex (#SQFComplex), is made up of the Castle and Shotgun fires. The fires were reported on August 19, 2020. Initial attack of these fires was a top priority. Both fires are in the Sequoia National Forest. The majority of the Castle Fire is in the Sequoia […]
- East Fork Fire (Wildfire) September 28, 2020Suppression repair work is now a major component of the firefighting effort. As fire management objectives continue to be met, crews working with hand tools and heavy machinery will repair damages and minimize potential soil erosion and other impacts resulting from fire suppression activities along dozer lines, handlines, roads, trails, staging areas, safety […]
- Fork Fire (Wildfire) September 28, 2020The next formal update for the Fork Fire will be on Monday September 28th, unless conditions on the fire change substantially during the weekend. The Fork Fire started in the Crystal Basin near Gerle Creek under critical fire weather conditions. Driven by east winds gusting 30-50 miles per hour, the fire grew rapidly to the west. It is burning in the Rubicon […]
Incident listing courtesy of InciWeb/NWCG. Click here for more incident information.