Thursday, September 30, 2010

CA-KNP- Eshom - Kings Canyon #Wildland Fire 6 acres

Final #Fire Update: 6 acres, Forward Spread of the Fire Stopped, and #Wildfire Holding within the retardant Lines : Releasing Air Attack aircraft
CA-KNP- Eshom - Kings Canyon fire perimeter map
Kings Canyon-Sequoia National Park #WildFire
Notes: No Retardant to be used within the Park Boundries. AA has Permission to use Retardant to Reinforce the Head of the Fire Only at this time.- per the KNP Supervisor.
New A/G Frequency is 173.675 ATs 22 and 55 are on a Load & Hold at fresno AB til they get Confirmation on whether they can use Retardant or not.
Releasing All Calfire Engines.
Trail Closures: Close Sugar Bowl Trail and Big Springs Trail
IA:  Reports 2 acs, Mod. ROS, Heavy Fuels No Ground units at scene.
Location: East of the Hartland Area near Eshom Campground, 1 Mi. Eastside of Redwood Mtn near the Radio Towers, Borderline on the KNP and the SQF, Access off Pierce Valley Rd (Follow the Pink Flagging), Redwood Mtn.
staging: Eshom Campground
Confirmed this is in KNP and
Communications: SQF/KNP Command 2 - 164.750 Tone 7 , Tac.4 - 164.1375 
Local - 168.775 / 164.750
Tac. 4 - 164.1375
Base Victor - 123.975
Air - 169.150
A/G. - 170.000 / 173.625
A/A - 135.975
Scanner Audio: http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?ctid=236
Resources: AA Req. HT 732 out of Fresno AAB. AA- 15
LP -Bravo 58 enroute.
ATs - 55, 22
Helo - 520, 522
Eng. - 3 SQF, Calfire TUU 4181, Calfire FKU 2
WT - SNF WT 1
Crews - 2 SQF Crews, 1 SNF, 1 TUU Mt. Home Crew, I FKU Miramonte Crew, Arrowhead IHC
 

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