KNOBB HILL FIRE
Incident Summary | A wildfire is burning in the Southeast District area of the Arizona Department of Forestry and on the Coronado National Forest.
The fire ignited from an unknown cause on Saturday, February 10, 2018.
It is located approximately 15 miles east of St. David, Arizona.
Fire fuels consist of timber and chaparral.
Current Fire Conditions | Fire behavior is minimal with creep and backing. Some structures are reportedly under direct threat with road closures in effect.
The fire has reached a 74 % containment status.
Resources | There are 77 personnel assigned along with three crews, two engines and one helicopter.
Damage Assessment | The fire has scorched 2,896 acres of land and the cost-to-date expenses have reached a high of $150,000.
Fire Photo Credit | Coronado National Forest via Inciweb.
Social Media | We are using hashtags #KnobHillFire #AZwildfire for this incident.
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