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Jackson’s Evacuation Advisory Reduced

September 12, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Town of Jackson No Comments
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Based on a careful analysis of current fire conditions and conferences between local emergency responders and the Type II Incident Management Team, Fire Chief Willy Watsabaugh has authorized a reduction in the size of the current Evacuation Advisory area in east Jackson.   The new Evacuation Advisory area boundary is east of Rancher Street and south of E Broadway, as well as south of Cache Creek Drive and east of Redmond Street; and also south of E Kelly Ave, between Redmond and Vine Streets. (click here for map) Everyone is reminded that Game Creek, Cache Creek, and Snow King mountain trails are still closed to use in order to allow for access of emergency apparatus.  Those who are still in an Evacuation Advisory area should continue to take the preparation steps that have been outlined in previous updates until that Advisory is lifted.

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