Coos Forest Protective Association (CFPA). On Monday, May 25, at approximately 1 p.m., the Sandy Creek Fire was reported burning in steep, rocky terrain, eight miles east of Bridge, OR, on forestlands protected by CFPA/ODF. This afternoon, the fire was estimated at approximately 35 acres and is 60 percent lined. The cause of the fire is under investigation. More information is available in the news release regarding the Sandy Creek Fire issued today by CFPA and posted at http://coosfpa.net/newsreleases.aspx. Unless other updates are necessary, this will be the only report on this fire.
FIRES ON OTHER LANDS
No new fires were reported burning on other lands in Oregon.
News media may call the Fire Information Duty Officer, who is currently Jeri Chase, 503-945-7201 (office) or 503-931-2721 (Cell), any time for fire information. If the duty officer is unable to take your call, you can expect a prompt return call. Media may also call the Oregon Department of Forestry headquarters office, 503-945-7200, weekdays during business hours.