Corn Creek Fire
The Douglas Forest Protective Association (DFPA) is at the scene of the 75-acre Corn Creek Fire, 14 miles east of Canyonville near the community of Milo in Douglas County. The fire is burning in grass, brush and trees on steep, rocky terrain.
Two helicopters, a bulldozer, and 30 firefighters are working to contain the fire. Additional firefighters have been ordered and are expected to arrive on the fire this afternoon.
In addition to DFPA, the Tiller, Milo and Days Creek Volunteer Fire departments, the South Umpqua Fire Department, Umpqua National Forest, and Douglas County Sheriff’s office are on scene assisting with the fire.
Cause is under investigation.
Fire Prevention SpecialistDouglas Forest Protective Association
Office: (541) 672-6507 ext. 136
Cell: (541) 580-2789