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Soda Fire

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Approximate Location

36.214 latitude, -118.532 longitude

Incident Overview

Low intensity burning of the Soda Fire

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Efforts were made over the weekend of March 22-23 to extinguish the Soda Fire burning in the Golden Trout Wilderness in Sequoia National Forest. Natural barriers and previously burned areas were utilized as fire line where possible. In areas with active fire it was burning with low intensity. A few areas were burned to consume light fuels to stop the fire from spreading any further near fire lines. Firefighters completed the fireline on Monday March 24th and the fire is now in patrol status. Smoke will still be visible in the area while interior islands of unburned surface and ground fuels smolder. Smoke should diminish over the next week and will be monitored as necessary.

Basic Information

Current as of
Incident TypeWildfire
Location20 miles east of Springville, CA
Incident CommanderR Sanders/Brenda Diaz(t)

Current Situation

Total Personnel10
Size1,510 Acres
Fuels Involved

Timber and some brush

Significant Events

Firefighters completed fireline, tying into natural barriers and burned areas.


Planned Actions

Patrol and monitor for needs of future action.

Projected Incident Activity


Unit Information

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Sequoia National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
1839 S. Newcomb St.
Porterville, CA 93257

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