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Conflagration/Mobilization Reporting 2018

Graham Fire

Incident Address: Lake Billy Chinook FD - 11700 Graham Rd, Culver, OR 97734
Incident Type: 141 - Forest, woods, or wildland fire
Aid Given or Received: Mutual aid given (to OSFM FDID 0998, incident # 18CON01)
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Substation Fire

Incident Address:
  • Sherman County High School 
    65912 High School Loop, Moro, OR 97039
  • Mid-Columbia F&R
    1400 W 8th St, The Dalles, OR 97058
Incident Type: 142 – Brush or brush-and-grass mixture fire
Aid Given or Received: Mutual aid given (to OSFM FDID 0998, incident # 18CON02)​
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Garner Complex / Taylor Creek Fire

Incident Address: Sprague Seed Orchard - 1890 Russell Rd, Merrill, OR 97633
Incident Type: 141 - Forest, woods, or wildland fire
Aid Given or Received: Mutual aid given (to OSFM FDID 0998, incident # 18CON03)​
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Mendocino complex / ​Lakeport Fire​

Incident Address: Ukiah Fairgrounds - 1776 N State StUkiah, CA 95482
Incident Type: 141 - Forest, woods, or wildland fire
Aid Given or Received: Mutual aid given (to OSFM FDID 0998, incident # 18MOB04)​
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South Valley Fire

Incident Address: Mid-Columbia F&R 1400 W 8th St, The Dalles, OR 97058
Incident Type: 141 - Forest, woods, or wildland fire
Aid Given or Received: Mutual aid given (to OSFM FDID 0998, incident # 18CON05)
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Sugar Pine Fire

Incident Address: Joseph H Stewart State Park 35251 Hwy 6​2, Trail, OR 97541
Incident Type: 141 - Forest, woods, or wildland fire
Aid Given or Received: Mutual aid given (to OSFM FDID 0998, incident # 18CON06)
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Memaloose II Fire

Incident Address: Mosier Community School - 1204 1st Ave, Mosier, OR 97040
Incident Type: 141 - Forest, woods, or wildland fire
Aid Given or Received: Mutual aid given (to OSFM FDID 0998, incident # 18CON07)​
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Additional Conflagration Reporting Assistance

The following information should be used anytime your agency responds to a conflagration:
Property Use: There can only be one code selected for this field. Because your crews most likely worked across several property use types while deployed, using code 931 – Open land or field would be the most appropriate. We understand they may have worked in residential yards, vacant lots, right of ways, timberland areas, etc.; however, to maintain consistency and for tracking purposes we are choosing to use this code as it is likely to be the most common among all those on-scene. If your crew only worked on a single property use while deployed, please indicate what that was accordingly, otherwise, use code 931.
Alarm Time: The date/time your agency was asked or ordered to provide resources by your county defense board chief.
Arrival Time: The date/time of your agency’s arrival at the incident staging area.
Last Unit Cleared Time: The date/time your agency’s last resource demobilized from the incident and headed home.
In Service Time: When your agency’s last resource was back in service on this response.


If your agency uses the NFIRS Personnel/Apparatus Module:
Dispatch Time: The date/time your agency was asked or ordered to provide resources by your county defense board chief.
Enroute Time: The date/time the resource was enroute to the incident. This should NOT be the time resources departed to the task force/strike team rally point. This should be the time the AOC was notified that the resource was actually enroute to the incident. 
Arrival Time: The date/time of the resource arrival at the incident staging area.
Clear Time: The date/time the resource demobilized from the incident and headed home.
In Service Time: The date/time when the resource was back in service from this response.

Capturing Fire service personnel injuries: If any fire service personnel are injured during a conflagration requiring medical treatment and/or resulting in time lost "e.g., heat stroke, insect stings/bites, exposures to poisonous plants", include this information in your conflagration incident report. If you have any questions regarding reporting fire service casualties, please let us know. 

  • Under the Basic Module, enter the number of fire service injuries or deaths.
  • In the Fire Service Casualty module, enter the details related to the fire service injuries or deaths.

If you need assistance or have questions related to reporting conflagration responses or incident reporting in general, please contact the Analytics & Intelligence Unit at 503-934-8250, 877-588-8787 (Toll Free), or osfm.data@state.or.us​.

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