The Solitude Fire, located about 5 miles west of Spray, Ore. along Highway 19 and the John Day River, is now 50 percent contained and holding steady at 750 acres in size.
Wildland firefighting crews continue to suppress the Solitude Fire, located halfway between Service Creek, Ore. and Spray, Ore. along Highway 19 and the John Day River. As of Monday afternoon, the fire was 700 acres and 10 percent contained.
Boxcar Fire: 100,207 acres Containment: 85% Reported: June 21, 7:48 a.m. Cause: Lightning
Jack Knife Fire: 15,676 acres Containment: 90% Reported: June 22, 8:11 a.m. Cause: Lightning
Firefighters responded to two incidents this afternoon, the first was approximately one and a half miles east of Sunriver and the other was immediately adjacent to Prineville.
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