Boneyard Fire

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Boneyard Fire

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Approximate Location

29.64 latitude, -85.101 longitude

Incident Overview

Boneyard Fire was ignited by a lightning strike on St Vincent Island of St Vincent National Wildlife Refuge. Fire fighters responded and chose the strategy to burn out the fire area to maintained roads. Burn out was completed on July 4th. Fire is in monitor status. Fire is 958 acres.

Basic Information

Current as of
Incident TypeWildfire
Date of OriginTuesday July 01st, 2014 approx. 03:15 PM
LocationSt Vincent National Wildlife Refuge
Incident CommanderGreg Titus
Incident DescriptionWildfire Is In Monitor.

Current Situation

Total Personnel1
Size958 Acres
Percent of Perimeter Contained99%
Fuels Involved

palmetto/gallberry and saw grass

Significant Events



Planned Actions


Projected Incident Activity

12 hour: Monitor

24 hour: Monitor

48 hour:

72 hour:

Unit Information

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St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge
Fish and Wildlife Service

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