"The term escaped fire is currently used in FPA PM to describe individual
initial attack modeled fire events where total fireline production by fire resources fails to equal
or exceed total fire perimeter after 18 hours. The National Wildfire Coordinating Group
(NWCG) defines an escaped fire as a fire which has exceeded or is expected to exceed initial
attack capabilities or prescription."http://www.fpa.nifc.gov/FAQ/Escape_VS._Uncont...
"Large escaped fires result from extreme, unpredictable weather conditions
and are frequently responsible for 60 to 80 per cent of total fire program
expenditures. Separating escaped fire costs from more predictable regular
fire program expenses will make fire program spending more stable."http://www.se.gov.sk.ca/media/Saskatchewan
"The Army conducted a large public meeting at which community members could express their unhappiness with the amount of smoke generated by the fire, and Creighton facilitated several meetings with local fire chiefs to identify ways to control fires in the future. Based on these deliberations, Creighton prepared a new community bulletin discussing how the Army would control fires in the future, to avoid another escaped fire. "http://www.creightonandcreighton.com/casestud...
"esacaped fire" scheint im Kontext von Wald-/Buschbränden größeren Ausmaßes ein Fachberiff zu sein.