Update 3:50 p.m. July 15
BC Wildfire Service is reporting that the Wap Creek fire has not grown in size since yesterday evening however it remains out of control.
Crews are monitoring the fire by air and it remains highly visible.
Original story, July 14
A fire estimated at 240 hectares in size burning 25 kilometres southwest of Revelstoke and south of Three Valley Lake is being monitored by the B.C. Wildfire Service on Wednesday, July 14.
#BCWildfire Service is monitoring a fire located 25km SW of #Revelstoke and S of Three Valley Lake. This fire is estimated to be 240 ha, classified as “Out of Control” & highly visible to Revelstoke & surrounding areas. Suspected to be human-caused & will be under investigation. pic.twitter.com/pFhBk5unBO
— BC Wildfire Service (@BCGovFireInfo) July 15, 2021
The fire is classified as out of control and highly visible to Revelstoke and the surrounding areas.
B.C. Wildfire Service said on its Twitter feed the fire is suspected to be human-caused and will be under investigation.
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