GILA NATIONAL FOREST, NEW MEXICO
Update 1: June 10, 2019 (Monday) – 1000 hours PDT
A wildfire named the SPRING FIRE is burning on the Gila National Forest, about 44 miles north of Mimbres, New Mexico.
About 2,200 acres of timber and short grass have been scorched. This incident is being managed with a strategy other than full suppression without a Type 1 or 2 IMT team. Crews have reached a 10% containment status.
There are 53 total personnel assigned with one crew and five engines.
Total fire suppression and containment costs have reached $136,000.00.
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