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Incident Name:  Reynolds Creek Fire, on the Okanogan National Forest
Date:  07/17/87
Personnel:  Michael P. Adams
Age:  31
Agency/Organization:  contract faller under contract with the US Forest Service
Position: firefighter

Summary: On July 17, 1987, former smokejumper and now a contract faller was working on the Reynolds Fire in Twisp River drainage. While felling a tree, the top broke out, striking Michael. He did not survive his injuries. (from the Methow Valley Memorial Dedication Brochure)

Print image of the memorial sculpture from the Methow Valley Memorial Dedication Brochure, 2007

Art from the Methow Valley Memorial Brochure, 2007 Art from the Methow Valley Memorial Brochure, 2007

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Reynolds Creek as it flows into the greater Twisp River drainage, Okanogan National Forest, WA

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  • Theysaid: 9/14/06, raising money for the memorial

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Contributors to this article: Tom Leuschen, Wildland Firefighter Foundation

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