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560 Fire. What We Learned.   [open pdf - 639KB]

From the Document: "This is intended to be a short shared learning report so that we may continue to collectively improve our fire response during future pandemics. This brief is not intended to be a critique of the fire response nor is it a treatise on fire conditions and strategy. The 560 fire was ignited by suspected target shooting on the afternoon of 4/25/2020 on the northwest portion of the 137,000 acre burn scar from the 2002 Hayman fire. The fire was the jurisdiction of the U.S. Forest Service and burned wholly on USFS [U.S. Forest Service] lands administered by the PSICC [Pike and San Isabel National Forests & Cimarron and Comanche National Grasslands], South Platte Ranger District, it was a full suppression fire. Final size was 80 acres and it was called out on May 5th."

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2020-04-25
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Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center: https://www.wildfirelessons.net/
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