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Stouts Creek Fire News Release

Stouts Creek Fire Update, September 4th, 2015

Incident: Stouts Creek Fire Wildfire
Released: 9/4/2015

Stouts Creek Fire

Update September 4 2015

Crews continue to work to contain the Stouts Creek Fire conducting repair work and expanding mop-up operations. Crews have been and will continue to be replaced, as necessary. Fire size remains at 26,452 acres and is 98% contained.

The Level 1 evacuation notice has been lifted for the Stouts Creek fire. The State of Oregon Department of Forestry released a new statement for “Regulated Closure Proclamation” Number 10. This proclamation was effective on August 29th 2015. Please visit the Douglas Forest Protection Association web site for more information

There are 247 personnel assigned to the fire with 3 crews, 10 engines and 1 bulldozer/excavator. To date, the Stout Creek Fire has cost $38.2 million.

The Incident Management Team is protecting lands that are about 46% on state protected lands, which include BLM and private lands and 54% on the Umpqua National Forest.

● 26,452 acres
● 98% contained
● Personnel:247
● Handcrews: 3
● Engines: 10
● Excavator: 1
● Water Tenders: 0
● Evacuations:None at this time

Unit Information

Douglas Forest Protective Association
1758 NE Airport Road
Roseburg, OR 97470

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