The lightning-sparked Tamarack Fire, first discovered on July 4 in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, was initially confined to a single tree burning on a ridgetop “with natural barriers and sporadic fuels to contain it,” according to the Forest Service, which published a video of the small smoldering fire in a Facebook post.”The tactical management decision is not to place fire teams due to security concerns, nevertheless, this is not an unresponsive method,” the Forest Service said in a July 10 Facebook post together with the video. “Smoke might be noticeable to Pacific Crest Trail hikers however the.25 acre fire is surrounded by granite rocks, a pond and sporadic fuels.”Despite the Forest Services declaration, which guaranteed that the fire “postures no risk to the resource, facilities or public values,” the wildfire has actually considering that gone on to scorch 58,417 acres and a minimum of 10 structures in California and Nevada.The choice to not initially put out the fire has actually outraged legislators in California and Nevada.In a letter to Forest Service Chief Vickie Christiansen dated Tuesday, California Rep. Tom McClintock, who represents the rugged Sierra Nevada area where the fire was stimulated, required to know “why there was a lack of suppression action to combat the Tamarack Fire that started on July 4, 2021 until after July 10, 2021,” according to a statement from his office.”Given the number of wildfires and their increasing size combined with severe fire threat conditions throughout the West, I advise that you instantly reassess present United States Forest Service direction that enables wildfires to burn and instruct all Regional Foresters that all wildfires should be suppressed as soon as possible,” stated McClintock in the letter.The Forest Service safeguarded its choice to not at first douse the fire, stating in a declaration “the steep, rugged, and remote terrain presented obstacles to securely reduce this wilderness fire” and added that resources were minimal and had to be assigned to higher-priority fires, like the East Fork Fire.”The preliminary suppression technique stemmed from the requirement to prioritize resources for wildfires that postured instant dangers to neighborhoods, as well mitigating risks to our firemen safety in comparison to the dangers from the fire at that time,” the Forest Service said.Growing fire crosses state lineInstead, the Tamarack Fire was monitored by air and fire electronic cameras, the Forest Service stated, until July 16 when the still-small fire was fanned by powerful winds and low humidity, triggering it to rapidly spread.On Tuesday, the growing blaze crossed the state line and into Douglas County, Nevada.Nevada state Assemblyman Jim Wheeler, who represents that district, tweeted his incredulity.”Firefighters doing everything they can to stop this monster. Still cant believe the USFS and Cal Fire let it grow from 1/4 acre when it was very first discovered,” he wrote Thursday. Like McClintock, Wheeler wishes to know why the fire was enabled to burn and is requesting an examination by the state attorney general.Wheeler informed CNN Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford “got the letter and will check out it.”Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak declared an emergency situation in Douglas County on Friday, maximizing more resources to combat the blaze.”Now, more than ever we must stand united and use all our available resources to combat this growing danger in order to help our fellow Nevadans receive the aid they require,” Sisolak stated in a written statement.Californias Gov. Gavin Newsom likewise declared a state of emergency situation in Alpine County on Friday due to the fire. CNNs Susannah Cullinane and Andy Rose contributed to this report.