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Thursday, July 26, 2018

Trestle Fire Update, July 26, 12:55pm. (North and west of Smith’s Ferry)

The Trestle Fire had no significant growth overnight or today. The Southern Idaho Timber Protective Association (SITPA), Idaho Department of Lands Type 3 Team, and U.S. Forest Service fire crews are engaged and continue making steady progress. The fire has remained approximately 220 acres and is located mainly on private and some Boise National Forest land.
Resources today include the Idaho Department of Lands Type 3 Team, two SITPA engines, one forest service engine, a dozer, a 20-person Hot Shot crew, five 20-person hand crews, and one 10-person hand crew working the fire.
The Cabarton Road boat launch remains closed and boating prohibited below the ramp at this time due to firefighting activity. There are no evacuations, road or trail closures ordered at this time. There is no threat to structures.
The fire was reported on Monday, July 23, just before 5 P.M. It started about four and a half miles north of Smith’s Ferry on the bank of the North Fork of the Payette River. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Containment is expected by July 30.