Jack Fire nears 11K acres, still 10% contained

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The Jack Fireplace in Douglas County is nearing 11,000 acres, however continues to be about 10% contained, based on officers.

As of Sunday morning, the Jack Fireplace is burning 10,937 acres, with roughly 781 personnel working to comprise it. The wildfire has been burning close to Jack Creek alongside Freeway 138 East since July 5.

The present containment traces embody these alongside Ragged Ridge and to the east and people between the neighborhood of Dry Creek and between the fireplace, based on authorities. Officers say crews are searching for alternatives to comprise the fireplace’s southern aspect and can proceed working to determine containment traces on the north and east flanks.

Evacuation ranges are nonetheless in place. A Degree 3 “Go Now” order is in place for all Forest Service campgrounds, together with Apple Creek, Horseshoe, Bend and Eagle Rock, together with the Dry Creek neighborhood and residences on the Illahee Highway.

There are Degree 2 “Get Set” evacuations issued for mile markers 38 to 43, which incorporates the Steamboat Inn and residences on Brindle Bug Highway, Steelhead Caddis Highway, and houses and companies between mileposts 51 and 55 on Freeway 138E. The inn is at the moment closed, as is state Freeway 138E from Steamboat Creek to milepost 55.

In the meantime, the Bootleg Fire in Klamath County has grown to greater than 143,000 acres.

Jack Fire nears 11K acres, still 10% contained


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