Saturday, August 11, 2012

4 Klamath National Forest Fires Combined in Fort Complex Fire

   UPDATE:  August 11, 2012  The total acreage burned in these fires is now 716 acres. Southern California Fire Management teams are now taking over these fire events.

 Seems like the Klamath National Forest is getting more than its share of fires this year. Four lightning caused fires have now been combined into one called the Fort Complex Fire.

   If you have been following the Hello, Lick, Goff , or Fruit fires in Klamath, they are now combined into the Fort Complex Fire.

   The total acreage burned so far is 340 in difficult steep terrain. No containment percentage is given at this time.

   We will be following all fires our readers are concerned about, especially in Northern California.

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