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125 South State Street
Suite 7105
Salt Lake City, UT

voice: (801) 975-3737
fax: (801) 975-3478

Fire locations are based on data provided by the National Interagency Coordination Center and are subject to change.

Large incident map products updated daily while the National Preparedness Level (NPL) is Level 2
or higher. Otherwise, when the NPL is Level 1, the map products are updated only on Fridays.

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KMZ File
'MANOKINAK RIVER' - 6360.0 acres 'IZAVIKNEK RIVER' - 894.0 acres 'ENGINEER LAKE 2' - 1704.3 acres 'BIG WALDREN FORK' - 168.9 acres 'CLEAR CREEK' - 1296.0 acres
IMSR Summary
June 5th, 2020

Initial attack activity:
Light (142 new fires)
New large incidents:
Large fires contained:
Uncontained large fires:
Area Command teams committed:
NIMOs committed:
Type 1 IMTs committed:
Type 2 IMTs committed:

Incident Management Situation Report

Active Fire Mapping News
April 23, 2020

With the recent decomissioning of GOES-15, GOES active fire detection data are temporarily unavailable. GOES-R active fire detection data are currently being integrated and will soon be available from the Active Fire Mapping Program.

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