Reeves Creek Fire Grows to 100 Acres
The wildfire south of Selma in the Reeves Creek area has grown to 100 acres buring to the northeast as firefighters go into night time mode when the helicopters and are tankers can longer fly. The fire is visible from Lake Selmac.
According to ODF Spokesman Brian Ballou there are several 20 man hand crews battling the fire now with the assistance of three dozers. There is no estimate of containment at this time.
Several structures are being threatened causing the mobilization of Structureal Task force made up of several units from different agencies throughout the Rogue Valley. There goal is to protect buildings.
There are road closures for Lakeshore Drive and Reeves Creek Road. No evacuations have been ordered, however many residents have been evacuating their livestock as a precaution.
The outage reported earler by Pacific Power has been repaired and all power has been restored.