The Quaker Run fire reaches into the SNP with smoke in Warren Co.

Warren County Fire and Rescue has issued a warning for those with respiratory issues to limit outdoor activity due to smoke form the Quaker Run fire.

The Virginia Department of Forestry reports that the Quaker Run Fire is now completely encircled by a fire line.

That does not mean the fire is 100 percent contained as there is still a lot of fuel available for the fire to consume.

The available fuel along with gusty winds still create a concern for firefighters who remain on the scene.

The fire has burned 1,123 acres now including approximately 30 acres inside the Shenandoah National Park (SNP).

The Virginia Deportment of  Forestry Containment ring is 1,600 acres.

Park personnel are supporting fire line efforts to help contain the fire.

The fire was first reported Tuesday October 24 just outside the park boundary in Madison County.

Crews have been working continuously to attempt to contain the fire in extremely rocky, rough terrain.

So far no homes or structures have been damaged with no evacuation orders issued.

Crews continue to monitor the fire line to prevent breaches.

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