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Asotin Complex Fire: 0% Contained, Evacuations Continue

KLEW Lewiston logo KLEW Lewiston 7/8/2021
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The Asotin Complex fire started with two fires. The Dry Gulch Fire is burning west of Asotin Creek Road. The Silcott Fire started near Silcott Grade Road west of Clarkston. The fires are zero percent contained.  No primary residences have been reported lost at this time.

Washington State Patrol Chief John Batiste authorized the mobilization of state firefighting resources on July 7, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. at the request of Fire Chief Noel Hardin, Asotin County Fire District 1.

CURRENT ASOTIN COMPLEX FIRE EVACUATIONS:  (as of the 1am update)

LEVEL 3 (GO NOW) - Asotin Creek Road west of the Cloverland Fork

LEVEL 2 (GET SET) - Cloverland Road and streets off Cloverland Road, as well as the Hollow Ridge area. In Clarkston Heights. The areas south of Peola Road and Critchfield Road south of Asotin Creek are on Level 2 as well.

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The Red Cross has opened  an evacuation center at Lincoln Middle School on 4th Avenue in Clarkston. Livestock and large animals can be evacuated to the Livestock Market at 3200 E. Main Street in Lewiston.

Track the location of fires on this map courtesy of National Fire Situational Awareness.

WATCH KLEW TV at 5 and 6pm Thursday for the very latest.

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