NV-TMFX-Poeville???

#1

not sure if this was an incident from yesterday…
but it looks like it came to life with the wind
http://www.alertwildfire.org/blmnv/index.html?camera=Axis-NOAA&v=81e003f

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#2

Looks like it is a flare up from a previous incident.

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#3

is there a better scanner…one listed, while very interesting on ongoing evacs. it just has police traffic. thanks

NV-TMF-Poeville
#4

Unfortunately I think that is it for the area.

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#5

I think pd has priority,but sill get some fire. evas are sure a priority at this point. again thanks for your heads up ,on all

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#6

That PD dispatcher is on it though. Imagine how many addresses that poor gal has to type in and repeat.

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#7

I totally agree. have been a dispatcher for laCoFire when we had firemen there. she is doing an awesome job as well as all pd there

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#8

I figured with as much expected structure threat that I’d hear Cal fire NEU and OES region 4 resources headed that way… does anybody know if there have been any requests yet??

#9

Strike Team 2330C just dispatched by Grass Valley.
Engines 2353, 2385, 2383, 2365, 2393 ( I think…)

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#10

From the aircraft flight patterns, it would appear that there is significant extension now East of 395.

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#11

It should be ST9230C, if from NEU

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#12

'kay… maybe I heard it ‘wrong’ :smiley:

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#14

http://www.alertwildfire.org/tahoe/index.html?camera=Axis-Hillside&v=81e003f

Watch the 15 minute time lapse/replay…

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#15

the monster is alive and moving. stay safe

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#16

Yes… it is. I’m glad I’m 60 miles away, on the downwind side.
The stats tomorrow are going to be interesting - those guys/gals have a long night ahead of them.
The VLAT just went home to McClellan.
I’d expect it back tomorrow.

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#17

you bet/// a lot of folks have done an outstanding job today; from dispatchers, PD, to fire on the ground and in the air. also those that kept us in touch with what was/is happening/ thanks

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