Reynolds Creek Fire in Glacier National Park may be human-caused

The team investigating the Reynolds Creek Fire in Glacier National Park is looking for information. The fire may be human-caused. Call 888-653-0009 if you can help.
The team investigating the Reynolds Creek Fire in Glacier National Park is looking for information. The fire may be human-caused. Call 888-653-0009 if you can help.

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News Release Date: July 24, 2015

Reynolds Creek Fire in Glacier National Park may be human-caused

The National Park Service is seeking information that may assist with an investigation of the Reynolds Creek Fire in Glacier National Park.

Initial evidence suggests that the fire was caused by human actions.

You can help. If you were hiking in the area of Reynolds Creek on the Gunsight Pass Trail - or if you stayed in or hiked through the Reynolds Creek Backcountry Campground - between July 14 and July 21, please call 888-653-0009 or e-mail us.

The fire was first reported at about 3:45 p.m. on Tuesday, July 21, burning roughly six miles east of Logan Pass. Maps and current information about the fire are posted on InciWeb.

ISB is on the web at www.nps.gov/isb 

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Last updated: December 1, 2015