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Spur Fire destroys homes in Arizona mining community

A 150-acre wildfire forced evacuations in the copper mining community of Bagdad on Thursday, and fire officials on Friday said more than 25 structures had been demolished. The Spur Fire was 50% contained at 150 acres as of Friday afternoon, and the evacuation order was lifted, according to the Arizona State Department of Forestry and Fire

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Bagdad evacuated due to Spur Fire (Updated this morning)

UPDATE: As of Friday morning (5/28) the Spur Fire is 25% contained. Containment lines held overnight, but the residents remain evacuated. 25 buildings have burned, 20 of these were homes. ****** The town of Bagdad, Arizona, was evacuated Thursday afternoon as the Spur Fire started burning on the north side of town. Over 150 acres

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