AZ | Sycamore Canyon Fire | 2

SYCAMORE CANYON, AZ — A wildfire, the SYCAMORE CANYON FIRE started on BLM and BIA lands on May 23, 2021, from an unknown cause that is under investigation. It is located about 15 miles southeast of Sells, Arizona.

SIZE UP — The fire has burned about 1,858 acres of short grass and brush and 26% contained.

Aerial View of the Sycamore Canyon Fire May 24, 2021
Credit: BIA

RESOURCES — There are 212 assigned firefighters and support personnel on this incident. Today, there are 5 engines, 4 hand crews, 11 water tenders, and 4 helicopters.

COMMAND — Deputy IC Aaron Hulburd, SW Area Type 2 Team 4, assumed command on Saturday, may 29, 2021 at 0600 hours.

Helicopter at Dip Site
Credit: BIA

CHALLENGES — Crews may be challenged by the continued dry conditions and high winds expected over the next week. In addition to full suppression of the Sycamore Canyon Fire, the incident management team is also responsible for responding to any new fire starts in the area surrounding the fire.  – USFS

TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTION (TFR) —  Temporary Flight Restriction is in place over the Sycamore Canyon Fire to ensure safe air operations.

Geronimo Hotshot vehicles parked along a dirt road in Division Alpha. There is a bright blue sky above with just a hint of wispy smoke in the background.
Credit: BIA

RESTRICTIONS — Due to increased fire activity and dry conditions, Stage 2 fire restrictions are currently in effect in southeastern Arizona.  For a more detailed explanation concerning agency restrictions and fire information in general, please visit https://wildlandfire.az.gov/fire-restrictions or contact the nearest land management agency office.

(c) 2021 NW Fire Blog – 5/30/2021 1123 PT

AZ | Sycamore Canyon Fire | 2

UPDATE 2 — MAY 31, 2021 — 0940 PT

SYCAMORE CANYON, AZ — A wildfire, the SYCAMORE CANYON FIRE started on BLM and BIA lands on May 23, 2021, at around 0815 hours MST from an unknown cause that is under investigation. It is located about 15 miles southeast of Sells, Arizona.

SIZE UP — The fire has burned about 1,858 acres of short grass and brush and 40% contained. Fire behavior is minimal, creeping and smoldering.

Geronimo Hotshot vehicles parked along a dirt road in Division Alpha. There is a bright blue sky above with just a hint of wispy smoke in the background.
Courtesy: Inciweb

RESOURCES — Geronimo Hotshots.

COMMAND — Deputy IC Carl Schwope, SW Area Type 2 Team 4, assumed command on Saturday, may 29, 2021 at 0600 hours.

THREATS — Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) and AZ Department of Forestry and Fire Management (AZDFFM) lands.

CHALLENGES — Crews may be challenged by the continued dry conditions and high winds expected over the next week. In addition to full suppression of the Sycamore Canyon Fire, the incident management team is also responsible for responding to any new fire starts in the area surrounding the fire.  – USFS

TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTION (TFR) —  Temporary Flight Restriction is in place over the Sycamore Canyon Fire to ensure safe air operations.

RESTRICTIONS — Due to increased fire activity and dry conditions, Stage 2 fire restrictions are currently in effect in southeastern Arizona.  For a more detailed explanation concerning agency restrictions and fire information in general, please visit https://wildlandfire.az.gov/fire-restrictions or contact the nearest land management agency office.

(c) 2021 NW Fire Blog

AZ | Sycamore Canyon Fire | 1

SYCAMORE CANYON, AZ — A wildfire, the SYCAMORE CANYON FIRE started on BLM and BIA lands on May 23, 2021, from an unknown cause that is under investigation. It is located about 15 miles southeast of Sells, Arizona.

SIZE UP — The fire has burned about 1,858 acres of short grass and brush and 26% contained.

Aerial View of the Sycamore Canyon Fire May 24, 2021
Credit: BIA

RESOURCES — There are 212 assigned firefighters and support personnel on this incident. Today, there are 5 engines, 4 hand crews, 11 water tenders, and 4 helicopters.

COMMAND — Deputy IC Aaron Hulburd, SW Area Type 2 Team 4, assumed command on Saturday, may 29, 2021 at 0600 hours.

Helicopter at Dip Site
Credit: BIA

CHALLENGES — Crews may be challenged by the continued dry conditions and high winds expected over the next week. In addition to full suppression of the Sycamore Canyon Fire, the incident management team is also responsible for responding to any new fire starts in the area surrounding the fire.  – USFS

TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTION (TFR) —  Temporary Flight Restriction is in place over the Sycamore Canyon Fire to ensure safe air operations.

Geronimo Hotshot vehicles parked along a dirt road in Division Alpha. There is a bright blue sky above with just a hint of wispy smoke in the background.
Credit: BIA

RESTRICTIONS — Due to increased fire activity and dry conditions, Stage 2 fire restrictions are currently in effect in southeastern Arizona.  For a more detailed explanation concerning agency restrictions and fire information in general, please visit https://wildlandfire.az.gov/fire-restrictions or contact the nearest land management agency office.

(c) 2021 NW Fire Blog – 5/30/2021 1123 PT

AZ Wildfire | Spur Fire | 2

UPDATE 2 | MAY 30, 2021 | 0945 PT

INCIDENT SUMMARY

A wildfire ignited and is burning in the City of Bagdad in Yavapai County, Arizona named the SPUR FIRE. AZ State Forestry fire personnel were called out at 1502 hours MST.

The cause human-caused that started on Thursday.

FIRE RESPONSE

The initial fire response included these units BAT 5-1 CH 5 CPT 5-1 LEWIS were dispatched via the Arizona Dispatch Center to the area at 1411 hours MST.

All State and Federal resources have been released.

CURRENT STATUS

The fire has burned 150 acres and there is a 90% containment status.

Command has been turned back over to the Local District.

The fire destroyed an unknown number of structures. Media reports indicate at least 15 were damaged after the intense fire started.

All evacuation orders were lifted on May 28th when the fire was listed at 50% containment and the fire had reached 150 acres in size.

INCIDENT COOPERATORS

Yavapai County Sheriff Office, AZ State Forestry, Baghdad High School, Yavapai County OEM, Red Cross AZ,

EVACUATIONS

Evacuation orders have been lifted.

Credit | Yavapai Co Sheriff County

(c) 2021 NW Fire Blog

AZ Wildfire | Spur Fire | 1

UPDATE 1 | MAY 27, 2021 | 1715 MST

INCIDENT SUMMARY

A wildfire ignited and is burning in the City of Bagdad in Yavapai County, Arizona named the SPUR FIRE. AZ State Forestry fire personnel were called out at 1502 hours MST.

FIRE RESPONSE

The initial fire response included these units BAT 5-1 CH 5 CPT 5-1 LEWIS were dispatched via the Arizona Dispatch Center to the area at 1411 hours MST.

Additional resources and equipment have arrived on-scene or are en route to the fire line.

SIZE UP

The fire has burned 200 acres and there is a 0% containment status. Extremely active fire behavior.

INCIDENT COOPERATORS

Yavapai County Sheriff Office, AZ State Forestry, Baghdad High School, Yavapai County OEM, Red Cross AZ,

EVACUATIONS

Mandatory evacuation orders are in effect for the following areas:

Credit | Yavapai Co Sheriff County

EMERGENCY SHELTER

Evacuation shelter is located at the Bagdad High School gym.

UNDER THREAT

Structures and assets, including mining infrastructure.

SPECIAL MESSAGES

Yavapai County Sheriff Office | All 911 phone lines are down with the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office. If you have an emergency, you can still text to 911.

Also, you call in your emergency to the following numbers:

  • 928-830-1897
  • 928-713-2382
  • 928-713-2312

(c) 2021 NW Fire Blog

AZ WILDFIRE | Robinson Fire

SIT REP 1 | MAY 22, 2021 | SATURDAY

A wildfire broke out on Friday, May 21, 2021 around 1810 hours MT.

Firefighters were dispatched to a wildfire via the Tucson Interagency Dispatch Center on May 21, 2021 at 1710 hours PT to the remote area of Guadalupe Mountain Peloncillos, about 30 miles east/northeast of Douglas on the AZ/NM border.

There has been 249 acres of grass and brush that have already been destroyed.

Credit | USFS – Coronado National Forest

Resource orders have been dispatched via the AZ Dispatch Center (Comm Center) at 0841 this morning, Phoenix Interagency Fire Center at 0951 hours MT and the Prescott Interagency Dispatch Center at 1001 MT.

No structures or other values are under threat at the moment.

Incident Cooperators: USFS Coronado NF, SWCC.

(c) 2021 NW Fire Blog

AZ WILDFIRE SIT REP | CASSADORE SPRINGS FIRE | AUGUST 8 2020

CASSADORE SPRINGS FIRE

11 miles North of San Carlos, Arizona


Photo Credit | BIA – San Carlos Agency

UPDATE 1 – SATURDAY (8/8/2020)

Three firefighters use drip torches to ignite vegetation along a dirt road.

INCIDENT SUMMARY

  • Discovered – 8/1/2020
  • Cause – Lightning
  • Fire Fuels – tall grass, brush and timber
  • Area – San Carlos Apache Reservation, Hilltop area, Natanes Plateau
  • Lead Agency – BIA – San Carlos Agency
  • Command – Type 2 Team – IC/Carl Schwope.  Trainee/Aaron Hulburd. SWA IMT 4

CURRENT STATUS

  • Size/Containment Status – 19,142 acres, 25% contained
  • Expected containment – 8/18/2020
  • Fire behavior – Active.  Running.
  • Projected Fire Activity – Western edge working into Alder Creek, moving through pine along the 1100 road towards Sawmill and DP10.

A thick white plume of smoke rises up toward a blue sky with wispy clouds.

RESOURCES

Staffing

  • 369 total personnel

Incident Cooperators

  • BIA
  • SWAIMT
  • AZDEQ
  • NWS Phoenix
  • NWS IMET Operations

Equipment

  • 1 Type 1 helo
  • 3 Type 3 helos
  • 2 camp crews
  • 1 Type 1 crews
  • 6 Type 2 IA crews
  • 10 Type 6 engines
  • 4 Support Water tenders
  • 2 Tactical Water tenders

Brown smoke rises up from blackened soil and blends with wispy white clouds in a blue sky.

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(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – updated 8/8/2020 1650 PT

AZ WILDFIRE SIT REP | WINTERS FIRE | AUGUST 8 2020

WINTERS FIRE 

UPDATE 1 – SATURDAY (8/8/2020)

INCIDENT SUMMARY

  • 10 North / NE of Globe, Arizona
  • Tonto National Forest
  • Start 8/8/2020 1450 PT

CURRENT STATUS

  • VLAT, 2 LAT, 2 Type 1 or 2IA on order

(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – Updated 8/8/2020 1630 PT

Sit Reps | United States | July 22, 2020

This is a Sit Rep for all wildfires happening in the United States of America and broken down by each State.  Snippets of information is listed for each wildfire..

ARIZONA

Bighorn Fire | USFS-Coronado NF.  5 miles northweast of Tucson. Hardwood litter, brush and short grass. Minimal fire behavior.  Creeping and smoldering. Area/road/trail closures in effect — 119,978 acres.  90% contained. 70 personnel. 1 crew, 2 engines and 1 helicopter. 1 structure lost.  $44.5 Million CTD.

Bringham Fire | USFS-Apache-Sitgreaves NF.  22 miles north of Morenci. Timber, brush and short grass. Minimal fire behavior. Smoldering.  Structures threatened. Closures in effect. — 23,142 acres. 85% contained.  Unstaffed. 2 structures lost. $9.4 Million CTD.

Blue River 2 Fire | BIA-San Carlos Agency.  15 miles northeast of San Carlos.  Timber, brush and tall grass. — 28,051 acres. 67% contained. 154 personnel. 2 crews, 2 engines, 4 helicopters.  $3.2 Million CTD.

Lake Pleasant Fire | AZ State Forestry. 74/N Lake Pleasant PW. Dispatched 1439 PT. 17 acres. AZ Dispatch Center. Resources include AZ State Forestry. Peoria FD. BLM AZ Fire. Forward progression has been stopped. Full containment is expected today by 1530 MT.

Mangum Fire | USFS-Kaibiab NF.  24 miles southeast of Fredonia.  Timber, brush and short grass. — 71,450 acres. 95% contained. 12 personnel. 3 engines. 4 structures lost. $21 Million CTD.

Molino Fire | Hwy 79, milepost 146. Dispatched 1451 MDT. Incident #A38-1450. Unknown acreage. AZ Dispatch Center.

Pine Fire | USFS-Prescott NF.  16 miles east of Cordes Lakes. Timber. Moderate fire behavior with single tree torching, flanking and backing. Trail closures in effect.  — 1,730 acres.  0% contained. 5 personnel.  0 additional resources. $26K CTD.

Thumb Fire | Start 7/16/2020.  Lightning caused. Truxton Canyon Agency Bureau of Indian Affairs.  33 miles northwest of Tusayan. Fire behavior is active with short runs and single tree torching. — 8,354 acres.  Grass, brush and pinyon/juniper.  120 personnel.

CALIFORNIA

Badger Fire | CAL FIRE-Siskiyou Unit.  4 miles north of Yreka. Timber, brush and tall grass. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering.  Homes threatened. Road closure in effect. — 557 acres. 50% contained.  189 personnel. 8 crews, 25 engines. $2.4 Million CTD.

Feather Fire | CAL FIRE.  Off Feather Avenue x 18th Street. Oroville. Butte County. 30 acres. 100% contained.

Gold Fire | CAL FIRE-Lassen-Modoc Unit. IMT 1/CAL FIRE Team 4. 5 miles south of Adin. Timber. Active fire behavior with short-range spotting and running.  Homes threatened. Evacuations, area and road closures in effect. — 14,000 acres. 5% contained. 223 personnel. 7 crews, 30 engines. $750K CTD.

Grand Fire | Ventura County FD. West of Fillmore by Old Telegraph and Grand Avenue. Less than .25 acre. VCFD E27, 28. USFD R5 E352.

Photo Credit  | VCFD

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Hog Fire | CAL FIRE-Lassen-Modoc Unit. IMT 1/CAL FIRE Team 3.  10 miles west of Susanville. Timber and brush.  Moderate fire behavior with short-range spotting and uphill runs.  Community of Lake Forest and structures threatened.  Evacuations, area and road closures in effect.  Rain fell over the fireline on Tuesday. — 9,420 acres. 9% contained. 1,237 personnel. 21 crews, 147 engines. $3.5 Million CTD.

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Meadow Fire | CAL FIRE-SLO. Meadowbrook Lane x See Canyon Raod. Originally reported at 1242 PT as .25 acre. Moderate rate of spread, potential for 200 acres.  AT 1745 It is 5 acres and 50% contained. Steep terrain.

Photo Credit  | SLO City FD

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Mineral Fire | CAL FIRE-Fresno-Kings Unit.  IMT1/Team 2.  9 miles west of Coalinga.  Timber, chaparral and tall grass. Moderate fire behavior with uphill runs and smoldering.  — 29,667 acres. 75% contained. — 1,277 personnel. 16 crews, 106 engines and 4 helos.  7 structures lost.  $22.5 Million CTD.

Platina Fire | CAL FIRE Shasta-Trinity Unit.  20 miles southwest of Redding.  Chaparral, brush and short grass. Minimal fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. Structures threatened. — 340 acres. 65% contained. 358 personnel. 10 crews, 39 engines. $1.3 Million CTD.

COLORADO

Fawn Creek Fire | BLM-White River Field Office. 26 miles southwest of Meeker. Brush and tall grass.  Minimal fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. Infrastructure and structures threatened. — 3,226 acres. 95% contained.  34 personnel with 1 crews and 3 engines. $2.3 Million CTD.

Goose Creek Fire | USFS-Rio Grande NF.  14 miles southeast of Creede. Timber.  Minimal fire behavior. — 171 acres. 75% contained. 3 personnel. 1 engines. $1.6 Million CTD.

Grassy Fire | BLM-White River Field Office. 9 miles west of Meeker. Brush and tall grass. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. — 868 acres. 90% contained. 6 personnel.

GEORGIA

8 Mile Still Road Fire | GA Forestry Commission.  3 miles west of Homerville. Timber. Minimal fire behavior. — 121 acres.  95% contained. 3 personnel.  1 engine. $34K CTD.

MONTANA

Clear Creek Fire | Start 7/21/2020. BIA-Flathead Agency. 15 miles east of Plains. Timber, brush, tall grass. Moderate fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. — 3,564 acres. 60% contained. 48 personnel. 1 crew, 6 engines, 1 helicopter. $40K CTD.

NEVADA

Big Summit Fire |  BLM-Ely District. IMT2 (GB Team 5). 17 miles northeast of Panaca. Timber, brush and short grass. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering and creeping. — 8,461 acres. 91% contained. 473 personnel. 12 crews, 16 engines and 5 helicopters. 1 structure lost. $6.4 Million CTD.

Cedar Fire | Elko County. 15 miles south of Elko. Timber, brush and short grass. Moderate fire behavior with single tree torching and short crown runs. Sage-grouse habitat threatened. — 6,000 acres. 30% contained.  258 personnel, 8 crews, 10 engines, 2 helicopters. $750,000 CTD.

Cottonwood Fire | Start 7/21/2020. UsFS – Humboldt-Toiyable NF. IMT 2 (GB Team 6). 35 miles east of Pahrum. Short grass. Moderate fire behavior with short runs, creeping and smoldering. Communication infrastructure and structures under immediate threats.  Area/road and trail closures in effect — 2,700 acres. 0% contained.  173 personnel. 2 crews, 11 engines, 5 helicopters. $500K CTD.

Stewart Canyon Fire | BLM-Ely District. 14 miles east of Alamo.  Timber, brush and short grass. Minimal fire behavior with isolated torching and creeping. — 12,710 acres. 25% contained.  219 personnel. 5 crews, 12 engines and 5 helicopters. $750K CTD.

NEW MEXICO

Cub Fire | USFS-Gila NF.  15 miles southeast of Mogollon.  Timber, brush and tall grass. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering and creeping. — 23,216 acres. 85% contained. 8 personnel. 1 helicopter. $423K CTD.

Trementina Canyon Fire | NM State Forestry Division-Las Vegas District. Timber, brush and tall grass. Minimal fire behavior. Smoldering and creeping. — 825 acres. 72% contained. 35 personnel. 1 crew, 2 engines. $610K CTD.

OREGON

Ben Young Fire | OR DOF-Lake Unit. 13 miles south of Paisley. Timber, brush and short grass. Active fire behavior with running and short-range spotting. Infrastructure and homes under direct threat. Area/trail closures in effect. — 700 acres. 0% contained. Unknown cause.  Evacuations in order. 70 personnel, 2 crews, 6 engines and 3 helicopters. $110K CTD.

Rosland Road 0429 NE Fire | USFS-Deschutes NF. 4 miles northeast of La Pine. Timber, brush and tall grass. Minimal fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. Closures in effect. — 393 acres. 90% contained. 7 crews, 3 engines. $550K CTD.

UTAH

Big Hollow Fire | UT DOF-NE Area. 3 miles south of Heber.  Chaparral, brush and short grass. Minimal fire behavior. Road closure in effect. — 438 acres. 95% contained. 5 personnel and 1 engine. $325K CTD.

Cottonwood Trail Fire | UT DOF-SW Area. 5 miles northeast of St. George. Brush and short grass. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. Numerous residences threatened. Area/road/trail closures in effect — 1,631 acreas. 90% containment. 73 personnel. 1 crew and 9 engines. $455K CTD.

Dennis Hill Fire | UT DOF-Bear River Area.  Started on BLM land. 15 miles southwest of Park Valley. Timber and short grass. Active fire behavior with wind-driven runs, single tree torching and backing. Structures and sage-grouse habit are threatened. — 2,608 acres. 30% contained.  100 personnel.  2 crews, 10 engines and 2 helicopters. $200K CTD.

Howell Peak Fire | BLM-Richfield Office.  41 miles west of Delta. Brush and short grass. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. — 1,880 acres. 75% contained. 67 personnel. 2 crews, 3 engines and 1 helicopter. $200K CTD.

Turkey Farm Road Fire | UT DOF-SW Area. 4 miles north of St. George. Timber, brush and short grass. Minimal fire behavior. Road closures in effect. — 11,993 acres. 85% contained.  148 personnel. 7 crews, 6 engines. 1 structure lost. $1.7 Million CTD.

Veyo West Fire | BLM-Cedar City Field Office.  Timber, brush and short grass. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. Numerous structures threatened. — 2,618 acres. 95% containment.  11 personnel. 4 helicopters. 7 structures lost. $1.2 Million CTD.

WASHINGTON STATE

Bertschi Road Fire | WA DNR-SE Region.  IMT 2/NWTeam 10. 2 miles south of Glenwood. Timber, heavy slash and short grass. Minimal fire behavior. Smoldering.  — 250 acres. 80% contained.  312 personnel. 4 crews, 26 engines and 1 helicopter. $2.3 Million CTD.

(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog | 7/22/2020 1750 PT

Wildfire Sit Reps | Arizona | July 18, 2020 | AM Update

This is the Official report of Wildfires that are currently burning or have been put out on Saturday, July 18, 2020, for the State of Arizona.

========== NEW! WILDFIRES ==========

THUMB FIRE

BIA – Truxton Canyon Agency.  33 miles NW of Grand Canyon Village ; 9 miles NE of Supai  75 miles SE of Saint George, Utah.  Start 7/17/2020.  Natural cause. Brush and short grass.   Moderate fire behavior.  Creeping, smoldering and isolated torching.  1,700 acres. 0% contained.  4 personnel. 1 helicopter.  $6,000 CTD.

========== CURRENT WILDFIRES ==========

BIGHORN FIRE

USFS. Coronado National Forest. 5 miles NE of Tucson and burning in the Catalina Mountains, NW of Tucson. Start 6/5/2020 2222 Hours.

Photo Credit | USFS

79 personnel. 1 crew, 4 engines and 1 helicopter.   Minimal fire behavior.  119,741 acres. 90% contained.  Creeping and backing. Road/trail/area closures in effect.   2 structures lost. $44.5 Million CTD.

BLUE RIVER 2 FIRE

BIA.  San Carlos Agency.  Apache Reservation. IMT 2 (SW Team 4) Start 7/13/2020. Lightning caused. North of Warm Springs and 15 miles NE of San Carlos.  Lightning caused.

Photo Credit  | BIA

Fire advancing across landscape on July 15, 2020

Minimal fire behavior.  Smoldering and creeping. Structures threatened. Road/area closures in effect. 27,623 acres. 12% contained.  492 total personnel, including 5 crews, 5 engines and 4 helicopters.  $2 Million CTD.

BRINGHAM FIRE

USFS. Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.  Burning on Clifton Ranger District. Start 7/6/2020.  Lightning caused.  22 miles N of Morenci.  Timber, brush and short grass.

Photo Credit | USFS

Four firefighters in yellow shirts and hard hats stand in front of 2 orange “pumpkins” water containers. One is empty of water and being moved by two of the firefighters. The other is full of water with 2 firefighters standing above it and reaching in.

23,142 acres. 85% contained.  Minimal fire behavior.   Smoldering.   1 person assigned.  2 structures lost.  Area/road/trail closures in effect.  $9.4 Million CTD.

HORSE FIRE

BLM – Gila District.  Start 7/11/2020.  Lightning caused.  228 acres.  50% contained.  Being managed by SE Zone Typ 3 IMT. IC:  Darrell Howell. Also, managing over Jackson Fire.

JACKSON FIRE

Photo Credit | BLM AZ Fire

Jackson Fire-evening of July 14, 2020

BLM.  Gila District. 18 miles W of Pima, 67 miles NE of Tucson and13 miles SW of Fort Thomas.  Discovered 7/12/2020.  Natural cause. Moderate fire behavior.  Smoldering.  2,946 acres. 70% contained.  111 personnel.  3 crews, 1 engine and 2 helicopters.  Structures threatened. Road/trail and area closures in effect. Rain fell over the fire line on Friday.  $959,000 CTD.

MANGUM FIRE

USFS. Kaibib National Forest.  24 miles SE of Fredonia. Start 6/8/2020.  Minimal fire behavior.  Smoldering.

Photo Credit | USFS

Extreme fire behavior on the Mangum Fire for June 12, 2020 produces large column

71,450 acres.  95% contained.  3 engines. 4 structures lost.  $21 Million CTD.   Road/trail/area closures in effect.

POLLES FIRE

USFS. Tonto National Forest. IMT 1 (SW Team 2). 13 miles W of Payson.  Start 7/3/2020.  Lightning caused.

Photo Credit | USFS

Polles Fire 7/3

628 acres.  92% contained.  103 personnel. 2 crews, 2 engines and 9 helicopters.  $5.1 Million CTD.

YANKEE JOE FIRE

USFS.  Tonto National Forest. 20 miles N of Globe.  425 acres. 75% contained. 9 personnel. 1 engine. $20,000 CTD.

========== CONTAINED WILDFIRES ==========

VALLEY FIRE

29,628 acres. 100% contained. 137 total personnel. 6 crews. 5 engines. 1 helicopter. 2 structures lost.  $686,000 CTD.

========== PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS ==========

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(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – Updated 7/18/2020 – Updated 1015 PT