CORONADO NATIONAL FOREST, ARIZONA
Incident Summary | A wildfire broke out from an unknown cause on the Coronado National Forest on May 17, 2017, around 2300 hours MST just East of Sasabe – near Arrieta Canyon in Arizona. The cause is under investigation.
Resources | There are 50 people assigned to this incident and with an unknown Fire Type IMT.
Incident Cooperators | The fire is being handled by BLM and the US Fish and Wildlife Service personnel and overhead team.
Current Fire Conditions | Fire crews have reached a 90% containment status and stopped the forward ROS; the fire has not had any growth in the last few days. 114 acres have been scorched.
Social Media | We are using the following hashtags: #AZwildfires2017 #AZ #ArrietaFire
This is the first and last update unless there is additional fire activity or further updates.
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