#CorralFire | Gila National Forest | New!

GILA NATIONAL FOREST, NEW MEXICO

Incident Summary

A wildfire ignited by lightning on June 4th @ 1900 hours PDT located 23 miles NW of Mimbres and West of FR 150 on the Gila National Forest in New Mexico.

Resources

There is only one person assigned to this wildfire incident.

Corral Fire - aerial photo of flames

Corral Fire (Courtesy: Inciweb)

There has been 723 acres of tall grass and timber destroyed with a 0% containment status. The fire behavior is minimal with creeping on the south and east and smoldering on the north sides.

Damage Assessments

There has been 723 acres of tall grass and timber destroyed with a 0% containment status. The fire behavior is minimal with creeping on the south and east and smoldering on the north sides.

Social Media

#CorralFire #NMwildfires2017

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