Tag Archives: Buster Creek Fire

Firefighters on the Move in the Tanana Zone

Firefighters monitoring active fires Tuesday observed increased burning and smoke on several incidents. Eight smokejumpers were moved via helicopter from the Buster Creek Fire (#624) to the Lloyd Mountain Fire (#361), just to the southeast of Cosna River, and were joined by additional smokejumpers. A handcrew demobilized from the Grouse Creek Fire yesterday will be […]

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Fire burning in a forest. View from airplane.

Tanana Zone currently staffing three wildland fires

The Tanana Zone has a number of fires currently in monitor status. Crews are staffing three active wildfires including the Buster Creek, Little Creek and Grouse fires. Crews working throughout the zone have made significant progress in security all fire perimeters.  Buster Creek Fire (#624) – 112 acres, 8 personnel, started on July 18 Smokejumpers […]

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King salmon drying in fire camp.

Lightning experienced in the Tanana Zone; crews continue making progress to secure fire perimeters

Fire growth and activity has increased within the Tanana Zone. Crews working across the zone are making steady progress to secure fire lines. Allotment and structure protection remains a primary objective for fire managers and crews on the ground.  Buster Creek Fire (#624) – 112 acres, started on July 18 Fire crews have been assigned […]

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