Seattle, Washington : Wildfires breaking in Okanogan Complex have topped the data sheet and have been declared as the biggest wildfire in state history. The Okanogan complex and Chelan complex fires both soared this Monday and continues to spread haywire. The smoke laden Monday morning posed a trouble state of affairs for the firefighter aircraft.
Although slightly contained over the past weeks, the Okanogan complex wildfires advanced about 13,000 acres of distance in 24 hours this Sunday. Spreading as wide as 2,56,567 acres of total wildfire area covered till this Monday makes this group of wildfire the biggest in state history till date.
With bone-dry days ahead, the wildfire is expected to consume more than thousands of acres of range and forest in the coming time zone. Eight communities are still at Level 3 evacuations, and sleepless residents have been forced to leave the area and move to inner safer zones.
According to governmental fire monitoring website, the Chelan complex has burned 2,56,108 acres of forest range already. In both complex localities, houses have been gutted down, electricity is unavailable and roads are laden with burnt offerings.
A fire weather warning has been issued in the areas for today. US soldiers are working day in and day out and coordinating with fire fighting teammates and trying to contain the effects as much as they can. Last week, three firefighters were killed and four injured while trying to carry out relief operations.