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Oregon Wildfires Response & Recovery Update - Sept. 14, 2020 - 09/14/20

Situation Summary - Oregon Wildfires - Sept. 14, 2020

Fire crews continue to focus on protectonof lfe and property. Evacuation orders continue to change as fire activity and containment levels change; check wildfire.oregon.gov for the latest maps and evacuation levels. Air quality remains at hazardous levels down the I-5 corridor and the Columbia Gorge. Red Flag Wanings for high winds remain in effect in parts of Jackson, Lake and Klamath Counties.

For statistics, media resources and other key information, read the OEM Wildfire Response and Recovery Update  attached.

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