Tucker Fire holds at 14,217 acres, Crews mop up hot spots

Tucker Fire holds at 14,217 acres, Crews mop up hot spots

Containment lines around the Tucker Fire held as crews worked through the night patrolling, gridding, and mopping up any heat threatening the fire perimeter. The Tucker Fire remains at 14,217 acres and is now 51% contained thanks to the efforts of both day and night shift crews. No structures have been damaged or destroyed. The Tucker Fire is under the command of California Interagency Incident Management Team 10.

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Level 2 Command Team takes over Tucker Fire, cause determined

Level 2 Command Team takes over Tucker Fire, cause determined

The Tucker Fire remained within containment lines throughout the operational period yesterday. It is currently 14, 217 acres and 10% contained. No structures have been damaged or destroyed. The fire was determined to have been unintentionally ignited by vehicular traffic along Highway 139. California Interagency Incident Management Team 10 assumed command of the fire at 6am on July 31, 2019.

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Reclamation begins flood control operations on Upper Klamath Lake

Reclamation begins flood control operations on Upper Klamath Lake

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. The Bureau of Reclamation announced the beginning of flood control operations on the Upper Klamath Lake with increased releases continuing today. The public is urged to take all necessary precautions, including avoiding high-water areas, on or near the Link or Klamath rivers (including below Keno and J.C. Boyle dams) while flows are elevated.

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