The Scene From A Ranch-Turned-Fire Camp Near The Grizzly Creek Fire

August 21, 2020
Cox’s property quickly grew into the Red Canyon Spike Camp housing approximately 200 firefighters and much of the heavy equipment used to contain the Grizzly Creek fire. Dividing crews into smaller “spike” camps has become an essential part of their strategy to fight COVID-19.Cox’s property quickly grew into the Red Canyon Spike Camp housing approximately 200 firefighters and much of the heavy equipment used to contain the Grizzly Creek fire. Dividing crews into smaller “spike” camps has become an essential part of their strategy to fight COVID-19.Laurel Janeen Smith for CPR News
Rancher Alan Cox’s property quickly grew into the Red Canyon Spike Camp housing approximately 200 firefighters and much of the heavy equipment used to contain the Grizzly Creek fire. Dividing crews into smaller “spike” camps has become an essential part of their strategy to fight COVID-19.