Skip to content

BC Wildfire Service responding to 15-hectare blaze in the Shuswap

Crew, helicopter responding
33256999_web1_230710-SAA-WEB-wildfire-snuffbox-creek_1
As of Monday morning, July 10, the Snuffbox Creek wildfire was at 15 hectares, with BC Wildfire Service personnel responding. (BCWS image)

A BC Wildfire Service crew is responding to a 15-hectare blaze in the Shuswap.

Discovered Sunday afternoon, July 9, the Snuffbox Creek wildfire is located southwest of Pukeashun Provincial Park. As of Monday morning, the wildfire was classified as out of control, its cause still under investigation. Twenty BC Wildfire Service (BCWS) personnel were responding along with a helicopter.

West of the Snuffbox Creek fire, on the west side of Adams Lake, the lightning-ignited Spapilum Creek fire was at 16.3 hectares and continued to be held.

READ MORE: B.C. Wildfire issues drone warning in Vernon region

READ MORE: Off-duty Mountie saves three from burning home in Lake Cowichan



lachlan@saobserver.net
Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Sign up for our newsletter to get Salmon Arm stories in your inbox every morning.



Lachlan Labere

About the Author: Lachlan Labere

Editor, Salmon Arm Observer
Read more