Incident Status Summary (ICS-209)

1: Date
11/04/2003
2: Time
1200
3: Initial   |   Update   |   Final
             |                |    XX
4: Incident Number
WA-OWF-199
5: Incident Name
Fawn Peak Complex
6: Incident Kind
Wildland Fire
7: Start Date    Time
06/29/2003 2000
8: Cause
Lightning
9: Incident Commander
Kathy Busse
10: IMT Type
3
11: State-Unit
WA-OWF
12: County
Okanogan
13: Latitude and Longitude
Lat:
48° 37´ 14"
Long:
120° 19´ 42"
14: Short Location Description (in reference to nearest town):
13 miles NW of Winthrop, WA
Current Situation
15: Size/Area
Involved
81,343 ACRES
16: % Contained or
MMA
100 Percent
17: Expected Containment
Date:
 
Time:
 
18: Line to Build
19: Costs
to Date
$39,790,496
20: Declared Controlled
Date:
10/28/2003
Time:
1600
21: Injuries this
Reporting Period:
22: Injuries
to Date:
23: Fatalities 24: Structure Information
0 4  0 Type of Structure # Threatened # Damaged # Destroyed
25: Threat to Human Life/Safety:
Evacuation(s) in progress ----

No evacuation(s) imminent --

Potential future threat --------

No likely threat ---------------
Residence      
Commercial Property      
Outbuilding/Other      
26: Communities/Critical Infrastructure Threatened (in 12, 24, 48 and 72 hour time frames):
12 hours:

24 hours:

48 hours:

72 hours:
27: Critical Resource Needs (kind & amount, in priority order):
1.

2.

3.
28: Major problems and concerns (control problems, social/political/economic concerns or impacts, etc.) Relate critical resources needs identified above to the Incident Action Plan.
29: Resources threatened (kind(s) and value/significance):
30: Current Weather Conditions
Wind Speed:
mph    Temperature:
Wind Direction:        Relative Humidity:
31: Resource benefits/objectives (for prescribed/wildland fire use only):
32: Fuels/Materials Involved: 8 Closed Timber Litter
FUEL MODELS 8 AND 10. Thick lodgepole pine transitioning to subalpine fir at approximately 6,000 feet elevation.
33: Today's observed fire behavior (leave blank for non-fire events):
34: Significant events today (closures, evacuations, significant progress made, etc.):
Outlook
35: Estimated Control
Date and Time:
36: Projected Final Size:
82000
37: Estimated Final Cost:
$40,000,000
38: Tomorrow's Forecasted Weather
Wind Speed:
mph    Temperature:
Wind Direction:        Relative Humidity:
39: Actions planned for next operational period:
40: Projected incident movement/spread during next operational period:
41: For fire incidents, describe resistance to control in terms of:
1. Growth Potential - Low
2. Difficulty of Terrain - High
42: How likely is it that containment/control targets will be met, given the current resources and suppression/control strategy?
43: Projected demobilization start date:
44: Remarks:
FINAL 209
45: Committed Resources
Agency CRW1 CRW2 HEL1 HEL2 HEL3 ENGS DOZR WTDR OVHD Camp
Crews
Total
Personnel
SR ST SR ST SR SR SR SR ST SR ST SR SR
BLM                              
ST                              
USFS                         1   1
Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
46: Cooperating and Assisting Agencies Not Listed Above:
Approval Information
47: Prepared by:
MYRNA DUKE
48: Approved by:
KATHY BUSSE
49: Sent to:NWC by: M.DUKE
Date:
11/04/2003 Time: 1200