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Tatoosh Fire

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Start date  August 22, 2006

The Tatoosh Fire began in Washington on August 22, 2006. It was sparked by lightning and in September 2006, it moved across the border into British Columbia. As of September 10, 2006, it was still out of control and burning in E. C. Manning Provincial Park. At that time, it had already burned 4,000 hectares before rain finally brought the fire season to an end. The fire ultimately burned 47,787 acres (19,339 ha) in Washington and British Columbia, and the overall Tatoosh Complex burned 51,671 acres (20,911 ha).

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Tatoosh Fire Wikipedia


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