Lost Lake Final News Release June 13
Incident: Lost Lake Fires Wildfire
Location: SW of Teasdale, Utah
Cause: Under Investigation
Size: 2,075 acres
Fuels: Mixed conifer and pinyon/juniper fuel types
Observed Fire Behavior: Creeping with isolated torching
Assigned Resources: 9 crews, 4 engines, 3 helicopters, 417 total personnel
Containment: 82 percent
Remarks: Today, fire crews will continue with monitoring, mop-up operations, and fire suppression repair activities.
On Thursday the Incident Management Team (Wilde) will turn the Lost Lake fire over to the local Fremont River Ranger District. Fire resources will remain on the fire to monitor and continue with fire suppression repair activities.
The closure to the Wayne Wonderland Airport has been lifted, also the temporary flight restrictions (TFR).
An area closure for the fire on the north slope of the Boulder Mountain remains in effect with the exception of route 179 (the north slope road ) to Fish Creek, Beaver Dam, Blind Lake, and Green Lake. All other routes west of Green Lake to The Great Western ATV Trail to the west are closed. This includes route 521 that accesses Round Lake, Left Hand, and Donkey Reservoirs.
All Evacuations have been lifted.
Unless there are significant changes in the fire behavior this will be the last press release on the Lost Lake Incident.
For information on this and other wildland fires, visit inciweb.org.