asotin complex fire

UPDATE: JULY 15 AT 8 A.M.

The Lick Creek Fire, also known as the Dry Gulch Fire, is now burning 65,533 acres south of Asotin. It's 20% contained and was caused by lightning.

PREVIOUS COVERAGE:

ASOTIN COUNTY, Wash. - The Dry Gulch Fire, part of the Asotin Fire Complex, has exploded to 25,000 acres, according to DNR.

DNR said the fire is showing extreme behavior, burning in grass and brush.

Structures are threatened and road closures are in effect. DNR said there is no containment yet.