Another fire was reported at the trailhead of Boom Lake Monday, likely smoldering beneath the surface since last week’s lightning storm. #sideElementsWrapper aside img.serviceImg{ The fire is still about 2.5-km away from Sunshine on the other side of the Continental Divide and hasn’t yet crossed into Banff. © Copyright East Kootenay News Online Weekly 2020, /* ----------------------------------------- */ margin-bottom: 1em; /* ----------------------------------------- */, Traffic moving again after vehicle fire in Kootenay Pass, Online data workshop for accommodators Nov. 26, Helping residents stay connected to people with dementia, End of season for WildSafeBC Cranbrook – Kimberley, We are the beneficiaries of their sacrifices, Seeking Clinical Trial Participants for Chronic Snorers, Feature Exhibit Commemorating the End of World War II, e-KNOW (East Kootenay News Online Weekly). /* View slug: _flyers-widget-view - start */ The road had been closed in both directions most of Monday due to a vehicle fire. /* background-color: rgba(178, 178, 178, 0.5); */ There are currently 50 fire personnel involved and five helicopters – with more resources on the way from other national parks across the country. /* padding: 1em; */ Courtesy, … Watch for traffic control. /* ----------------------------------------- */ #sideElementsWrapper aside .hearingsWidget .pagination>li>a, #sideElementsWrapper aside .hearingsWidget .pagination>li>span{ Park said crews successfully completed a burn within Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park to tie the north flank of the fire into an avalanche pass in the north Simpson area. Meanwhile, the fire ban is in place as a precautionary measure. /* ----------------------------------------- */ UPDATE: Highway 3 west of Creston is now open to single lane alternating traffic. “We do manage fire within Parks Canada nationally and so we’ve coordinated resources from across Canada to assist us with this situation,” said Park. “We are being careful to make sure we prioritize the values at risk closest to the fire and closest to active flanks, so we don’t deploy too much equipment when we need it in different places.” Winds of up to 70-km/h on Sunday pushed the 100-150 hectare fire to the east and north. “In typical years, we may look at a full suite of options in terms of allowing it to grow on the landscape,” said Park. This long stretch of hot, dry weather is early for this time of year, but the fire behaviour is no different than in previous years of big fires, including the 2003 Kootenay fires. “Obviously a lot can change and the weather can change a lot of that. /* ----------------------------------------- */  

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