CA-PNF-WALKER

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State ID:CA
3 letter designator:PNF
Fire name:WALKER
Location:Genesee
Reported acres:750
Rate of spread:Moderate
Report on Conditions:Fire burning active in Timber
Structure threat:Yes, Evacuations underway
Resources: 2 SEATs ,2 Type 3 tankers ,2 Type 2 tankers The super scoopers,2 type 1 tankers, Lead plane, Air attack, 2 type 2 copters, 2 type 1 copters, along with numerous ground resources responding or on scene.
Hazards: Thunder storms
Weather:Thunder Storms in the area
Radio channels:
Scanner link:
Webcam link:
Agency Website:

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#2

Heat satellites show it at between 2,000-3,000 acres last night at 10 pm.

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#3

This cold front comming this weekend won’t help at all with the winds.

#4

Team 14 will be going to the fire. ICP will be Taylorsville, CA county park.

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#6

Team 14, Strawhun, is a Type 2 team.

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#7

Northrops reporting 800 acres at 8am…nothing on the news/notes about 14

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#8

They are still enroute to ONC staging. They have not been re-assigned yet.

#9

That’s what I figured

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split this topic #10

3 posts were merged into an existing topic: Team Assignments

#14

Not headed to Redding, was just told to report to
159 Lawrence St, Quincy, CA 95971

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#15

They have it, I spoke to a C and G member.

#16

Meaning the team has been assigned? If so, and word on transition time?

#17

I heard 1700

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#18

Confirmed from Plumas Logs Chief. In brief at 1700

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#19

Well past the 850 acres now and has a large pyro-cb thats visible from the fort sage camera.
http://www.alertwildfire.org/blmnv/index.html

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#20

It sure looks like rain.

#21

That is from fox mountain, the fort sage camera has a clear. I tried to link the fort sage camera but it didn’t stay.

#22

the Fort sage camera shows a nice column shot.

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20190905_173800

#24

No rain on the fire div A and K are very active with multiple spots

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