Bybee Complex Fires
NBC – KOBI
September 14, 2006
A fire burning at Crater Lake National Park has now grown to over 28-hundred acres.
The Bybee complex of fires was sparked by lightning storms in late July, and is burning in an area to the west of the lake.
Crews are monitoring the fire closely, but are limiting suppression efforts to allow the fire to naturally reduce fuel loads.
Web-cams have been installed to allow the public to track the progress of the fire.