Link to report missing persons in Almeda, Obenchain Fires

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — If you have friends or family missing due to the Almeda or Obenchain Fires in Jackson County that began on September 8, there’s an application to make first responders aware of their names and contact information.

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office said as far as locating missing possessions or disclosing what structures have burned, they have no information to share. It said the best thing you can do is stay where you are and try to be patient during this difficult time.

Click here for the Missing Persons Report.

Use this link to report yourself as an evacuee.

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