DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ore. -- Officials say the Jimmy Creek Fire in Douglas County was fully contained as of Tuesday evening.
The Oregon Department of Forestry said on Wednesday morning that the cause of that fire is still under investigation.
The following is the press release sent out Wednesday by ODF:
FIRES ON ODF-PROTECTED LANDS
The 15-acre Jimmy Creek Fire burning in Douglas County in the jurisdiction of the Coos Forest Protective Association was fully contained at 7 p.m. on Sept. 18. Cause is under investigation.
FIRES ON OTHER LANDS IN OREGON
The lightning-caused Trail 2 Fire burning in the Metolius Bench Area is 109 acres and uncontained. The Bureau of Indian Affairs is leading the suppression effort.
The Hunsaker Fire burning 15 miles northeast of Halfway, Oregon, is 693 acres and 60 percent contained. The fire is being managed by the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest.
The lightning-caused Ka Nee Ta Fire burning two miles east of Kah Nee Ta Resort is 115 acres and 90 percent contained. The fire is in mop-up and patrol status. The Bureau of Indian Affairs is leading the suppression effort.
The lightning-caused Bear Slide Fire burning five miles NNE of Warm Springs is 1,680 acres and 90 percent contained. The fire is in mop-up and patrol status. The Bureau of Indian Affairs is leading the suppression effort.
The lightning-caused Cache Creek Fire burning NNE of Enterprise in Wallowa County is 73,697 acres and 90 percent contained. The temporary closure in Hells Canyon was lifted Sept. 18. Travelers are asked to continue to exercise caution. Oregon Incident Management Team 3 - Central Oregon is managing operations of the fire.
The Pole Creek Fire burning six miles southwest of Sisters is 22,000 acres and 20 percent contained. Firefighters completed burnouts on the NW corner of the fire on Tuesday evening. Crews worked to keep the fire within established containment lines on the S, E and N perimeters, and were able to keep the fire west of Road 16. The U.S. Forest Service is leading the suppression effort.