Hart Fire

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Hart Fire

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Approximate Location

47.789 latitude, -118.182 longitude

Incident Overview

Hand crew extinguishing fire within 300' radius of residence

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The Hart Fire started on August 20th and is burning north of Davenport, WA , and south of the Spokane River. The fire is burning on lands administered by the Washington Department of Natural Resources, the National Park Service and Lincoln County Fire District 5 lands.

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Current as of
Incident TypeWildfire
Date of OriginSunday August 21st, 2016 approx. 02:45 PM
Location35 miles NW Spokane, WA
Incident CommanderEric Knerr, NW IMT7

Current Situation

Total Personnel229
Size4,983 Acres
Percent of Perimeter Contained95%
Fuels Involved

Timber and grass


Planned Actions

Hold, patrol and mop-up.

Projected Incident Activity

Potential increased activity with wind event.


Porcupine Bay Campground remains closed.

Transfer back to local unit will occur Sunday August 28, 2016 at 0600

No further updates will be posted unless a significant change to the status of the fire occurs.

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