The Lolo Complex Fire is mainly in a patrol, mop-up and suppression repair status with a few sections of line on the northern side being improved. Fire activity within unburned islands inside the fire's perimeter has been minimal and crews will continue to patrol the fire area and implement suppression repair activities.
Please contact the Missoula Ranger District for current Lolo National Forest area closure information at 406-329-3814.
|Date of Origin||Sunday August 18th, 2013 approx. 01:45 AM|
|Location||Highway 12, approx 8 miles west of Lolo, MT|
|Incident Commander||Wyatt Frampton|
Timber (grass and understory), mixed conifer, dead and downed woody material.
Surface fire, primarily creeping and smoldering within interior unburned islands.
The fire has transitioned to a Type 4 incident.
Crews will continue to patrol residential areas and will continue to implement identified suppression repair actions.
Acres burned to date by ownership: (USFS 1957); (PVT 8945). Protection area burned to date: (DNRC 9796); (USFS 1106).