Effective 5/8 at 1700 the Type 3 Incident Management Team effectively transferred command back to the District and a local Type 4 Incident Commander.
The fire received measurable rain over the last 2 days effectively reducing fire activity. Today's (5/8) reconnaissance flight over the fire area revealed no smoke or evidence of internal heat. The fire remains 179 acres, with containment increasing to 75%. No growth is anticipated.
The fire's specific cause remains under investigation.
This will be the final update to this incident.
|Current as of|
|Date of Origin||Monday May 06th, 2019 approx. 11:15 AM|
|Location||7 miles SW of Crown King|
|Incident Commander||T4IC -Shultz|
|Coordinates||34.122 latitude, -112.423 longitude|
|Percent of Perimeter Contained||75%|
Brush/scrub oak/juniper and grass
Transition from Type 3 Incident Management Team to District Type 4 Incident Command 5/8 at 1700. Measurable rain received in fire area over the last 2 days
Insure containment features hold, monitor for interior heat
|Projected Incident Activity|
Anticipate increased containment, little to no smoke visible
No change in acreage expected