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Bedrock Fire

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Idaho Department of Lands
300 N. 6th Street
Boise, ID 83702

August 21 - Bedrock Fire Daily Facts

Bedrock Fire Wildfire
News – 8/21/2021

Bedrock Fire Daily FactsheetSaturday, August 21, 2021
 Fire behavior remains minimal with creeping and smoldering within containment lines and/burning of heavy fuels, such as stumps and logs.No road closures are in place and work is underway to remove remaining road closure signs.
 Crews will continue to patrol the fire and mop up around the perimeter, focusing in and around structures, particularly in Lenore, Bedrock Creek and Louse Creek.
 Fire crews plan to continue to be on scene. They are also on standby for any possible new fire starts after thunderstorms/lightning in the area.
 Rain on the fire helped with suppression efforts but did not put the fire out. There are no reports of flash flooding or landslides. There is still smoke in places. There is a similar weather forecast for today. A chance of thunderstorms may bring additional rain and lightning.
Rehab is completed in and around the fire area.
 Fire Size: 11,205 AcresContainment: 98%Location: Near Lenore, Idaho, on the north side of Highway 12 between Lewiston and Orofino in Nez Perce County (46.531 latitude, -116.6 longitude). Fire Start Date: August 11, 2021Cause: Under Investigation
Resources:• 55 personnel, including:• 2 crews• 4 Engines• 1 Water Tender
 Management: North Idaho Type 3 Incident Management Team, I.C. Mike McManus
Fire Restrictions: Due to the high threat of wildfire danger in northern Idaho, local land management agencies implemented Stage II Fire Restrictions on all lands within the Grangeville Fire Restriction Area. Please visit for current restriction information.#BedrockFire#IDLfireinfo