Camp Creek Fire Containment Now 35%

The containment figure on the Camp Creek Fire in the Mt. Hood National Forest has moved upward to 35%, as the majority of felling work being done to construct fuel breaks on primary and contingency lines around the fire area has been completed.  Operations Section Chief Matt Call says officials feel the western flank of the fire near the Bull Run Watershed has been locked up.  Heavy equipment will continue constructing contingency line in advance of the eastern flank of the fire.  On the northeast flank, crews will continue mopping up the dozer and hand lines.  That work is expected to take several more days.  The current Great Basin Team 1 management will transition control of the fire over to Pacific Northwest Team 3 tonight.

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