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The State Of Incident Blogging

The first fire I ever followed in blog form was the Rodeo-Chedeski Fire in 2002. A local woman, a Show Low Arizona web designer offered a running update of the fire based on information from a scanner and friends who phoned her with first hand updates. She may have been the first incident blogger. Her […]

Great Hinckley Firestorm; History As a Reminder

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I caught a column in our local paper this Sunday written by Daniel James Brown. Daniel is the Author of “Under a Flaming Sky,” a book detailing the historic Hinckley Fire, a fire that took the life of his great grandfather. Daniel suggests we can expect more wildland fires like the Angora Fire due to […]

Angora Fire, Patrol, Mop-Up, Demob. C-Ya!

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Latest Fire Perimeter Map(Inciweb) InciWeb reports June 27, 2007 9:30 p.m. “Tomorrow, crews will continue to work into the fire perimeter to fall dead trees and cool hot spots. Construction and improvement of fire lines will also continue.” Fire Information Centers: LTBMU Forest Supervisor’s Office / Incident Command Post Start Date: June 24, 2007, 2:00 […]

Updated Perimeter Map and Links From Angora Incident

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Angora Fire Perimeter Map(Google maps link) Via California Fire News from NorthTree Fire

Angora Fire At a Crossroads Today

The major networks and cable news people are reporting new evacuations overnight but their facts are stale. Local journalists are not only closer to the scene but they can turn to their local sources for information. The online edition of the Tahoe Daily Tribune is THE local media outlet of note and they are reporting […]

Angora Fire Photos and Fire Map Updates

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Google search visitors- You landed here because of a search on Google.com. Firefighter Blog posted 6 articles about the Angora Fire. Please read the complete log of Angora Fire posts Here. Update: KCRA reports fire jumped fire lines. Web cam shots from KCRA.com From the latest incident update from InciWeb “Back fire burnouts continued last […]

Angora Fire Perimeter Map and Update

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Image from Geomac Fire Update Angora-|CA|TMU|2500|40|7/1|1295|30|89|9|275| Size 2,500 acres Personnel 1,295 Engines 89 Crews 30 Helicopters 9 Estimated containment July 1 Structures Lost 275

Map And Views Of Angora Fire Area

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Google search visitors- You landed here because of a search on Google.com. Firefighter Blog posted 6 articles about the Angora Fire. Please read the complete log of Angora Fire posts Here.**Update: I was contacted by a gentleman who is trying to coordinate housing relief for residents displaced by the Angora Fire. His intent is to […]