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South Complex

Unit Information

Shasta-Trinity National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
3644 Avtech Parkway
Redding, CA 96002

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Forest Closure Map Order Number 14-15-07Image options: [ Full Size ]

On Friday, October 2, the district office assumed command of the fires that made up the Fork and the South Complexes. The portion of the Johnson and Pickett Fires that are on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are also being managed at the district level. Crews are currently patrolling and mopping-up.

Please remember that interior smokes will continue to appear on all fires and may be visible from Hayfork to Hyampom and along various roads. Firefighters will remain patrolling these areas and are taking action on any potential threats to the line. The public is still encouraged to use extreme caution driving, as heavy firefighting traffic and large equipment will remain in the area.

A forest closure order is still in effect for both the South and the Fork Complexes. Ongoing assessments of fire conditions have enabled the reduction of the closure areas. The full Fire Closure Order Number 14-15-07 can be accessed here -

This will be the last update for the South Complex. For additional fire information, please contact the Hayfork Ranger Station at (530) 628-5227.

Basic Information

Current as of
Incident TypeWildfire
Date of OriginSaturday August 01st, 2015 approx. 04:07 PM
Location1 mile north of Hyampom, CA.
Incident CommanderFires Are Being Managed At The Local Level.
Incident Description
Coordinates40.62 latitude, -123.448 longitude

Current Situation

Size29,416 Acres
Percent of Perimeter Contained94%
Estimated Containment DateThursday October 01st, 2015 approx. 12:00 AM
Fuels Involved

Timber (litter and understory)

Significant Events

-Interior fuels continue to consume.


Planned Actions

-Continued patrol and mop-up of fire perimeter.

-Fire suppression repair.

Projected Incident Activity

-Provide for firefighter and public safety through hazard recognition and application of the risk management process.

-Utilize Resource Advisors and US Forest Service personnel in implementation of suppression repair work.

-Keep public informed with current and accurate fire information including closure areas and public safety concerns.


-Fire suppression repair is complete.

Current Weather

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