The Flag Fire was reported on Sunday, April 25, 2021 around 2pm. The fire originated between the Flag Mine and Wild Cow Campground in the Hualapai Mountains, approximately 11 miles south/southeast of Kingman, Arizona.
NO FURTHER UPDATES EXPECTED UNLESS THERE IS A CHANGE IN ACTIVITY.
Incident Management has been transferred back to the local area and a local Type 3 Incident Commander.
Closures within Hualapai Mountain Park, Lodge and Trails remains in effect. The status of the closure can be found here: https://parks.mohavecounty.us/
Details of the Partial BLM Road Closures can be found here: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/article/7438/59289/
|Current as of|
|Date of Origin||Sunday April 25th, 2021 approx. 02:00 PM|
|Location||Hualapai Mountains, S/SE of Kingman, AZ|
|Incident Commander||CRD T3 IC - R. Williams|
|Coordinates||35.075 latitude, -113.883 longitude|
|Percent of Perimeter Contained||88%|
Ponderosa pine and mixed conifer at higher elevations, chaparral, brush and grass
FIRE RELATED CLOSURES REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR Hualapai Mountain Park and trails; as well as partial BLM Road Closures of (a) BLM Road 7101 (Flag Mine/Ridge Road) from the southern border with Hualapai Mountain Park to the intersection of Antelope Wash Road, accounting for approximately 2 miles of BLM Road 7101.
(b) BLM Road 7178 from private land near the community of Pine Lake to the intersection of BLM Road 7207, accounting for approximately 0.9 miles of BLM Road 7178.
Continued patrol and hazard assessments. Mopping up heat that could challenge containment lines.
East: Mop up and monitor for any threats to the line.
South: Patrol by air and ground as appropriate for terrain
West: continue to assess conditions. Patrol fire's edge.
North: Secure West end of north side of fire, patrol East end by air and ground as appropriate for terrain.
NO FUTURE UPDATES ANTICIPATED - INCIWEB WILL BE DEACTIVATED ONCE FIRE RELATED CLOSURES ARE RESCINDED
Warm dry and windy conditions predicted in the area.