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Chinook Complex

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Unit Information

Castle Rock Wa Washington 
Castle Rock Wa Washington 

Incident Contacts

Sharon Steriti
Phone: 360-852-3390

The Chinook and Brix Fires make up the Chinook Complex, which is located near Chinook WA in Pacific County. The fires are burning in slash on private land under the Washington DNR fire response area. The Chinook Fire started on Tuesday November 15, 2022 at approximately 11:00am and the Brix Fire started late Thursday evening on November 17, 2022. Due to the increased size and complexity of the Chinook Fire a Washington DNR Type III Incident Management Team was  put in place. Due to better mapping the Chinook Fire is being reported to be approximately 120 acres in size, and is currently 100 percent contained. The Brix Fire is 8.5 acres and is currently in patrol status. 

Basic Information
Current as of Wed, 11/23/2022 - 12:04
Incident Type Wildfire
Cause Human
Date of Origin
Location .05 miles from Chinook WA
Incident Commander Kent Stanford, IC
Josh Mohler, IC Trainee
Washington Department of Natural Resources
Incident Description Burning in Slash
Coordinates 46° 16' 568'' Latitude
-123° 55'
'' Longitude
Current Situation
Total Personnel: 84
Size 120 Acres
Percent of Perimeter Contained 100%
Estimated Containment Date 11/23/22
Fuels Involved

Logging Slash

Significant Events

Fire remained calm

Planned Actions

Continue current full suppression efforts.

Projected Incident Activity

No expected growth

Current Weather
Weather Concerns

No significant weather issues