Montana Department of Natural Resources & Conservation
Helena, MT 59601
The Bruner Mountain Fire is in patrol and mop up status under the command of Karen Scholl, ICT 4. Suppression repair work will continue through the week.
This is the last Inciweb update for the Bruner Mountain Fire.
The primary roll of the Alaska Incident Management Team is now to to support fore suppression in eastern Montana, assisting local fire departments and agencies as requested. under the command of Tom Kurth are organized to support fire suppression in Eastern Montana. The fairgrounds in Roundup MT is the ICP and fire camp.
August 1 maps are still current for todays map perimeter and acres. They are accessible through the following links.
To view a large pdf type file of the topographic fire perimeter map click here
To view the large pdf type file topographic fire vicinity map click here
|Current as of|
|Date of Origin||Thursday July 27th, 2017 approx. 05:15 PM|
|Location||12 miles SE of Roundup, Montana|
|Incident Commander||Tom Kurth, Type 1 Alaska Interagency Incident Management Team|
|Coordinates||46.307 latitude, -108.37 longitude|
|Percent of Perimeter Contained||100%|
Transfer of command from Kurth (IMT1), to Scholl (ICT4) will occur on 8/3/17 at 0700. Perform suppression repair activities and patrol the Bruner Mountain Fair. IMT1 will remain at Roundup ICP and have several task forces and other incident support available as requested.
|Projected Incident Activity|
Mop up and suppression repair activities are continuing on the Bruner Mountain Fire. Several initial attack task forces and other overhead are available to respond as requested. No night shift is planned for the evening of 8/2-8/3.
This is the final Situation Report due to the transfer to a Type4 Team. Patrol and suppression repair will continue. Alaska IMT1 will remain at Roundup ICP. Several Task Force groups are formed and available to assist with new start or other on going incidents as requested. Each task force has various amounts of equipment but generally consist of handcrews, engines, heavy equipment, and all associated overhead, numbering 20-50 personnel per group. The Alaska IMT1 has the capability to provide incident support in a variety of capacities such as Type3, Type 2, Type 1 organizations or other supports role configurations as requested.
A much cooler day is expected Wednesday, with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms mainly in the first half of the day. Clearing skies tonight with mainly dry day forecasted tomorrow. Mas Temperature 72-77, Min Humidity: 34-40%, Winds: N 10-20.