Incident Status Summary (ICS-209)

1: Date
04/11/2011
2: Time
0955
3: Initial   |   Update   |   Final
             |                |    XX
4: Incident Number
KS-KSX-000400
5: Incident Name
Jorden Springs
6: Incident Kind
Wildfire
(Full Suppression/Perimeter Control)
7: Start Date    Time
04/10/2011 0912
8: Cause
Human
9: Incident Commander
Jones
10: Incident Command
Organization
Type 4 IC
11: State-Unit
KS-KSX
12: County
Reno
13: Latitude and Longitude
Lat:
38° 7´ 46"  Long: 98° 20´ 39"
Ownership: KS-KSX
14: Short Location Description (in reference to nearest town):
T22S, R10W, sec11, 12, 13, 23
15: Size/Area
Involved
5,000 ACRES
16: % Contained
or MMA
100 Percent
17: Expected Containment
Date:
 
18: Line to Build
19: Estimated Costs
to Date
$12,000
20: Declared Controlled
Date:
04/10/2011
Time:
2312
21: Injuries this
Reporting Period:
22: Injuries
to Date:
23: Fatalities 24: Structure Information
0 0  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: Projected incident movement/spread 12, 24, 48, and 72 hour time frames:
12 hours:

24 hours:

48 hours:

72 hours:
27: Values at Risk: include communities, critical infrastructure, natural and cultural resources in 12, 24, 48 and 72 hour time frames:
12 hours:
no remaining threat - incident is concluded
24 hours:

48 hours:

72 hours:
28: Critical Resource Needs (amount, type, kind and number of operational periods () in priority order in 12, 24, 48, and 72 hour time frames):
12 hours:

24 hours:

48 hours:

72 hours:
29: Major problems and concerns (control problems, social/political/economic concerns or impacts, etc.) Relate critical resources needs identified above to the Incident Action Plan.
30: Observed Weather for Current Operational Period
Peak Gusts (mph):
22 G32    Max. Temperature: 78
Wind Direction: W       Min. Relative Humidity: 15
31: Fuels/Materials Involved: 1 Short grass (1 Foot)
also fuel model 3
32: Today's observed fire behavior (leave blank for non-fire events):
wind driven head fire with individual and group torching of trees. Fire crossing containment lines. Very high winds and dry fuels.
33: Significant events today (closures, evacuations, significant progress made, etc.):
34: Forecasted Weather for next Operational Period
Wind Speed (mph):
    Temperature:
Wind Direction:        Relative Humidity:
35: Estimated Control
Date and Time:
36: Projected Final Size:
37: Estimated Final Cost:
38: Actions planned for next operational period:
39: For fire incidents, describe resistance to control in terms of:
1. Growth Potential -
2. Difficulty of Terrain -
40: Given the current constraints, when will the chosen management strategy succeed?
41: Projected demobilization start date:
42: Remarks:
All information provided by local FD's IC, and compiled by KFS. This fire has also been referred to as the Huntsville and 69th Fire.
 
43: 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
CNTY               5       5 2   60
Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 5 2 0 60
44: Cooperating and Assisting Agencies Not Listed Above:
above amounts are the combined totals of Reno and Rice counties and Quivira NWR resources.
45: Prepared by:
Eric Ward, KFS
46: Approved by:
Eric Ward, KFS
47: Sent to:RMCC by: PBC
Date:
04/11/2011 Time: 1349