The Graham Fire was a wildfire four miles south of the Metolius River near Culver, Oregon. The fire was caused by a lightning strike and was first reported on June 21, 2018. The fire is one of 70 started over a two-day period of dry conditions and heavy winds in Central Oregon. The fire was contained on June 2,175 acres (9 km2).
The Graham Fire was reported on the afternoon of June 21, 2018 south of the Metolius River near Culver, Oregon. The fire was started by a lightning strike and was fueled by brush, timber and grass, primarily burning private lands. By Saturday, June 23, the fire had reached 2,143 acres (9 km2), with fire crews focusing on burnout efforts to contain the fire. Two homes and five out buildings were destroyed.
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