INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SITUATION REPORT
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13, 2004 – 0530 MDT
NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS LEVEL 1
Initial attack activity was light nationally with 128 new fires
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AREA LARGE FIRES:
RUMSEY, California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection (CDF),
Sonoma-Lake Napa Unit. A CDF Type 1 Incident Management Team (Streblow)
assigned. This fire is 18 miles south of Williams, CA in brush. Poor
accessibility and strong winds have hampered suppression efforts.
Wind-driven fire behavior on the southwest flank was observed.
POWER, Eldorado National Forest. A transfer of command from a Type 2
Incident Management Team (Wendt) is assigned. This fire is 28 miles
southeast of Pollock Pines, CA in brush and timber. Increased fire
activity resulted from strong winds over the fire area and spotting
throughout the night.
INCIDENT |ST|UNIT| SIZE | % | EST |TOTAL|CRW|ENG|HELI|STRC| $$$
NAME | | | |CTN| CTN |PERS | | | |LOSS|C-T-D
RUMSEY |CA| LNU| 29695| 5|10/16| 1222| 41| 69| 14| 1| 950K
POWER |CA| ENF| 475| 50|10/19| 408| 6| 15| 0| 0| 2.8M
Red Flag Warning: For Eureka, Sacramento, and Monterey areas through
midday Wednesday for moderate or stronger northeast to east winds, low
relative humidity levels, and generally poor relative humidity recovery
for mid-slope and above.
Go get em CDF!