North Complex (Wildfire)

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 Incident Start Date: 8/17/2020   Size: 318,935 acres   Containment: 100%   Total Personnel: 0           Engines:0   Hand crews: 0   Dozers:  0   Helicopters: 0   Water Tenders: 0  Fatalities: 16   Structures Damaged/Destroyed: 2,455   On December 3, 2020 Plumas National Forest officials announced that the North Complex Fire is 100% contained.  The fires within the North Complex began by lightning on August 17, 2020 and burned 318,935 acres. The fire closure remains in effect until conditions improve. The closure area follows (generally) the actual fire perimeter and affects all national forest land, roads, trails and campgrounds within the fire closure area.  County roads and private land within the perimeter are not affected by the federal land closure. For more information about the closure, please check the forest website at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/plumas/alerts-notices  Within the closure area, falling trees (often falling without…

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