Colorado Daily Status Report: July 3, 2017

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National Terrorism Advisory System: No Current Alerts | Bulletin

State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) Activation Level: Normal Operations

Current Disasters/Large Incidents:  Lightner Creek Fire | Mill Creek Fire | Gutzler Fire

Major Road Impacts/Closures: None Reported

Incident NameLightner Creek Fire (Final Update)
Location/CountyLa Plata County
4.25 miles northwest of Durango, Colo
CauseStructure, spread to wildland
Fatalities/InjuriesNone Reported
EvacuationsAll evacuations have been lifted
Road ClosuresLightner Creek Road (CR207/208) is closed to the public
SheltersEvacuations lifted, the Red Cross Shelter closed on 7/2/2017
Resources1 – DFPC Fire Management Officer
1 – DHSEM Regional Field Manager
Type II Incident Management Team
Disaster DeclarationGovernor verbal declaration June 29, 2017.
FundingEmergency Fire Fund – June 29, 2017
Information SourcesInciweb – Lightner Creek Fire

Incident NameMill Creek Fire
Location/CountyRoutt County
CauseUnder Investigation
ContainmentNot Reported
Injuries1 Firefighter illness
FundingEmergency Fire Fund – July 3, 2017
Resources1 – DFPC Fire Management Officer
1 – DFPC Type 2 Helicopter
1 – DHSEM Regional Field Manager
Information SourcesRoutt County OEM Twitter Routt County Twitter

Incident NameGutzler Fire
Location/CountyGrand County
14 miles southwest of Kremmling, Colo on federal land
CauseUnder Investigation
ContainmentNot Reported
Resources1 – Type 3 Helicopter
1 – DFPC Multi-Mission Aircraft (MMA)
1 – Single Engine Air Tanker (SEAT)
1 – Heavy Air Tanker
4 – Forest Service engines
8 - Smokejumpers
Information Sources· Inciweb – Gutzler Fire
· White River Forest Twitter