ST LOUIS (LALATE) – The Pine Creek Fire Map 2013 for the Boise, Idaho wildfire spread northeast of town today. The fire began on Monday July 15, 2013. But in a news update today, Incident Commander Dan Christman repots that the fire is only at ten percent containment.
The Pine Creek Fire Map 2013 is spreading in a southerly direction, officials tell news. It has now reached one thousand two hundred acres. The “fire is still west of Wildcat Gulch Road and east of Grimes Creek Road”, officials tell news.
No structures are currently threatened, reps tell news. The fire is currently east from Grimes Creek Road. Reps add that the blaze “crossed Casner Mountain late yesterday in the Warm Springs Ridge area on the Boise National Forest.”
No evacuation orders for Clear Creek Subdivision has been ordered. Residents may access their home. “No structures are threatened”, reps indicate to news. The fire is being battled by a joint task force of the Clear Creek, Valley of the Pines, Wilderness Ranch, and Idaho City volunteer fire departments. The fire is being fueled by temperatures in excess of nineteen degrees. The humidity levels remain under thirty percent while winds are blowing 12 mph currently, officials tell news. For the latest fire map click HERE.