Where is the fire in Beatty Oregon?

Basic Information

Current as of 8/15/2021, 3:09:27 PM
Date of Origin Tuesday July 06th, 2021 approx. 01:42 PM
Location 15 miles NW of Beatty, Oregon
Incident Commander Tacchini, IC3
Coordinates 42.616 latitude, -121.421 longitude

What towns are destroyed by fire in Oregon?

The cities of Phoenix, Talent, Detroit, and Gates in Oregon were substantially destroyed by the Almeda Drive and Santiam Fires respectively. State-wide, at least 7 people have been killed. In the Almeda Fire area — between Ashland, Talent, and Phoenix — more than 2,800 structures were destroyed.

How close is the Bootleg Fire to Beatty Oregon?

approximately 15 miles
Overview. The Bootleg Fire started on July 6th. The fire is on the Fremont-Winema National Forest, approximately 15 miles northwest of the town of Beatty, Oregon.

How close is the Bootleg Fire to Klamath Falls?

28 Miles
Location: 28 Miles northeast of Klamath Falls, Ore. Fuels: Heavy Timber, grass, and understory.

How close is the Bootleg Fire to Klamath Falls Oregon?

27 miles
The Bootleg Fire 27 miles northeast of Klamath Falls, Oregon grew Wednesday to 399,359 acres in spite of the higher humidity and reduced wind speeds. The less extreme fire behavior gave firefighters the opportunity to construct and improve firelines.

What started the 2020 Oregon fires?

Labor Day 2020 was that moment. Severe drought, extreme winds and multiple ignitions fueled the most destructive wildfires in state history.

Where is the Bootleggers fire in Oregon?

Nine people working on the Bootleg Fire tested positive for the coronavirus last week. The Jack Fire, burning in the Umpqua National Forest, east of Roseburg has scorched just under 20,000 acres with 57% containment.

What town is the Bootleg Fire closest to?

The Bootleg Fire, named after the nearby Bootleg Spring, was a large wildfire that started near Beatty, Oregon, on July 6, 2021. Before being fully contained on 15 August 2021, it had burned 413,765 acres (167,445 ha; 1,674 km2; 647 sq mi).