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Updated list of Eagle Creek Fire evacuations

Tuesday, more homes were evacuated as the Eagle Creek Fire grew in the Columbia River Gorge. The Red Cross is opening shelters for evacuees. (SBG photo)

CASCADE LOCKS, Ore. - The Eagle Creek Fire burning in the Columbia River Gorge caused even more evacuations Tuesday morning.

The 10,000-acre fire force many people to flee their homes Monday. Now, more people are following them and seeking shelter at Red Cross lodging.

The following locations were issued a Level 3 (Go!) evacuation notice:

  • Warrendale
  • Dodson
  • Larch Mountain
  • Latourell
  • Bridal Veil
  • Corbett, east of 38700 block of Columbia River Highway

An evacuation shelter is established at Mt. Hood Community College, located at 3691 NE 17th Drive in Gresham.

The following locations were issued a Level 2 (Be Set) evacuation notice:

  • Corbett, west of 38700 block of Columbia River Highway to Sandy River
  • Springdale

The following locations were issued a Level 1 (Get Ready) evacuation notice:

  • Troutdale east of 257th and north of Stark

There are also two separate fires burning on the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge. They are also causing evacuations.

They are also causing Level 3 evacuations in portions of Skamania County:

  • Archer Mountain Road
  • Franz Road
  • Smith-Cripe Road
  • Kellett Road
  • Victoria Lane

There is a Red Cross shelter for evacuees at Skamania County Fairgrounds.



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