Smoke Visible from Buzzard Complex Sunday Afternoon
Higher temperatures and lower humidities are causing interior smokes on the Buzzard Complex this afternoon, primarily on the south side of the fire and especially visible from Highway 78, Mile Post... more
Command of the Buzzard Complex and Camp Creek Fires will be returned to the local units on Monday, July 28th at 6 p.m. This will be the last update you receive from Oregon Interagency Incident Management Team 4. We appreciate the support of the community while in the area.
The fires are located 45 SE of Burns, OR.
Estimated Acreage: 395,747Containment: 98 percentCause: Lightning
Date Started: 7/14/2014Resources on the Fire:
Helicopters: 2Engines: 9Dozers: 7Total Personnel: 214
Fire Weather:Hot, dry and increasingly unstable air will be in place on Monday.
|Current as of|
|Date of Origin||Monday July 14th, 2014 approx. 07:45 AM|
|Location||Stinking Waters 45 miles NE of Burns OR|
|Incident Commander||Brian J. Watts|
|Percent of Perimeter Contained||98%|
Brush (2 feet) grass, brush and juniper
Rehabilitation continued today. Warmer temperatures and lower relative humidity resulted in interior smokes becoming visible.
Rehabilitation of resource damage caused by suppression activities.
Beaver Creek - 22,863ac, Buzzard Fire 282,801ac, Twin Reservoir 10,355ac, Bartlett 728ac, Saddle Draw 79,000ac
Hot, dry, and increasingly unstable air will be in place on Monday. Terrain driven wind will prevail during the peak burning period.