Rogers Mtn - Lazier Creek 3 Fire

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Rogers Mtn - Lazier Creek 3 Fire

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INCIDENT UPDATED 7/22/2017

Approximate Location

47.927 latitude, -115.07 longitude

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Rogers Mountain Lazier Creek 3 Fire locations map

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This will be the final update from Thompson’s Northern Rockies Type II IMT for the

Rogers Mtn-Lazier Creek 3 Fire.

Beginning July 20th, please call the DNRC at: 406-250-4825

Start date: July 8, 2017

Location: Highway 2 corridor

Cause: Lightning

Total Personnel: 248

Thompson’s Type II Incident Management Team will transfer command of the Rogers Mtn-Lazier Creek 3 incident to the Montana Department of Natural Resources Northwestern Land Office at 6:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 20th. A Type III organization will manage the Rogers Mountain and Lazier Creek 3 fires, the other three fires will be transferred to the DNRC Kalispell and Libby Units, respectively.

Lazier Creek 3 Fire: 1,145 acres, 100% contained, 204 personnel assigned. Located south of Highway 2 and west of the Thompson River Road. Crews will continue to remove hose and other equipment from secure areas of fireline. Resources, including engines, will remain on scene to patrol the fire.

Rogers Mountain Fire: 78 acres, 100% contained, 34 personnel assigned. Located 3 miles Northwest of Happy’s Inn. Crews will continue to remove hose and other equipment from secure areas of fireline. Resources remain on scene to patrol the fire.

Grubb Fire: 16 acres, 100 % contained, 3 personnel assigned. Located north of Pleasant Valley. Resources remain on scene to patrol the fire.

NW Meadow Peak Fire: 12 acres, 100% contained, 4 personnel assigned. Located northwest of Meadow Peak Lookout. Resources remain on scene to patrol the fire.

2645 Fire: 4 acres, 100% contained, 3 personnel assigned. Located just west of the NW Meadow Peak Fire. Resources remain on scene to patrol the fire.

Weather: Weather will continue to be hot and dry through today with a weak cold front bringing increased winds on Thursday.

Current fire information can be found at: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/

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Current as of
Incident TypeWildfire
CauseLightning
Date of OriginSaturday July 08th, 2017 approx. 04:30 PM
Incident CommanderThompson

Current Situation

Percent of Perimeter Contained100%

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