Nohomin fire continues to burn in Stein Valley, stable on other flanks

Nohomin fire mostly stable

The Nohomin Creek wildfire northwest of Lytton, on the west side of the Fraser River, continues to see active fire behaviour in the Stein Valley.

As of Sunday, the BC Wildfire Service said the fire is estimated to have burned 3,745.7 hectares.

"There will continue to be active fire behaviour in the Stein Valley Nlaka'pamux Heritage Park. In this area, the fire is burning on steep cliffs, and rocky terrain ground crews cannot access," the wildfire service said.

The fire's south, northeast, and east flanks remain stable, with no active fire behaviour.

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