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Aspen Fire Continues to Burn on the Sierra National Forest

The Aspen Fire was discovered on Tuesday, July 23 burning on the Sierra National Forest- High Sierra Ranger District. The fire is burning below Stump Springs Road north of Aspen Springs. The fire has burned approximately 2,000 acres and remains active.

Additional resources will continue to arrive assisting in fire suppression. Sierra National Forest initial suppression efforts, crews were able to keep the fire from burning into the Kaiser Wilderness. Firefighter and public safety remains the highest priority.

The South Central Sierra Interagency Incident Management Team assumed command of the Aspen Fire at 6:00 P.M. July 24, 2013. The team will work with the Sierra National Forest to manage suppression efforts.

Smoke from the Aspen Fire will impact air quality in local communities. Individuals sensitive to smoke are suggested to remain indoors and keep windows closed, to minimize exposure to smoke.

For additional fire information, please contact one of our Forest Service offices: High Sierra Ranger District (559) 855-5355 or Clovis (559) 297-0706, or visit http://www.inciweb.org/incident/3552/.

Contact Information

Tony Botti
Public Information Officer
(559) 600-8137
(559) 977-0379
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Deputy Chris Curtice
Public Information Officer
(559) 600-8137
(559) 341-9330
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