#WenatcheeComplex #WAFire Fire Update – September 24, 2012, 9:00PM ^NH

Firefighting resources had continued success with suppression efforts,
mop up and rehabilitation activities.

The Peavine fire and Table Mountain have merged into one fire area
and remain the highest priority for the Wenatchee Complex. Managers
from both complexes worked today to implement a helicopter burn out
operation and line construction. Travelers should check with the
Washington State Department of Transportation for current highway

A new start was reported this evening near Signal Peak. Firefighters
responded with helicopter bucket drops and will staff the fire tomorrow.

– Canyon Fire – 7,559 acres, no growth – 95% Contained
– Byrd Fire – 14,160 acres, no growth – 90% Contained
– Poison Canyon Fire – 5,910 acres, no growth – 70% Contained
– Peavine Canyon Fire – 18,880 acres, growth of 254 acres – 40%
– First Creek Fire – 1,361 acres, growth of 103 acres – 90% Contained
– Pyramid Fire – 1,068 acres, no growth – 0% Contained
– Klone Fire – 1,323 acres, no growth – 0% Contained
– Cashmere Fire – 1,452 acres, increase of 34 acres – 5% Contained
– Basalt Fire – 793 acres, growth of 103 acres – 0% Contained
– Sears Creek Fire – 368 acres, growth of 184 acres – 0% Contained
– Maverick Fire – 22 acres, decrease of 8 acres – 100% Contained
– Other Fires within the complex – 242 acres, decrease of 170 acres –
20% Contained

Quick Facts – Incident Summary
Location: North and west of the City of
Wenatchee, Washington Fire Complex
Containment: 30%
Start Date: 09/09/2012
Acres 53,138
Cause: Lightning
Incident Commander: Jeff Pendleton
Resources on the Fire:
Total Personnel: 1,517
Jurisdiction: USFS, WA DNR, BLM, Chelan County Fire Dist. 1, 3,4,6,8

The Incident Management Team would like to express appreciation to the community for your support and help in our efforts to suppress these fires. This will be the final evening update, morning updates will continue.


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