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Arizona Wildfires Update, July 9, 2021

Photo: Middle Fire, July 9, 2021 Tiger Fire Current as of 7/9/2021, 12:13:19 PM Cause: Lightning Date of Origin: Wednesday June 30th, 2021 approx. 02:00 PM Location: 11 miles East of Crown King Incident Commander: Dave Gesser Total Personnel: 367 Size: 15,648 Acres Percent of Perimeter Contained: 29% Estimated Containment Date: Tuesday July 20th, 2021


Arizona Wildfires Update – July 8, 2021

Tiger Fire [There seems to be some confusion as to whether the Crown King Road, County Road 59, is open or closed. It was closed this morning, but then opened by the Yavapai County Sheriff’s office.] Working with fire incident command, the decision was made to place the Crown King area in ”Set” status. There


Arizona Wildfire Updates – July 7, 2021

[Editor’s note: we are only listing active fires.] Tiger Fire Size: 11, 987 acres Containment:  0%                             Cause: Lightning  Location: 11 miles east of Crown King  Start Date: June 30, 3:45 p.m.    Incident Commander: Dave Gesser             Incident Personnel: 287 The Tiger Fire remains active particularly on the north and west perimeters.   Crews continue to hold and enhance firelines on the south and east sides


Arizona Wildfire Update – July 3, 2021

Tiger Fire Acres: 5,567 Percent Containment: 0% Date/Time Detected: June 30, 3:45 p.m. Fuels: Chaparral and Grass                                          Number of Resources: 76 Cause: Lightning Origin/Location: 11 miles east of Crown King. The Tiger Fire remains active, with short duration runs due to wind and topography pushing the fire to the north and east onto Bureau of Land Management lands.  Firefighters continue to focus


Arizona Wildfires Update – July 1, 2021

Photo: Bottom Fire Rafael Fire Acres: 78,750 Percent Containment: 89% Date/Time Detected: Friday, 06/18/2021 at 1927 MST Structures Damaged/Destroyed:  1 Number of Personnel: 476 Cause: Lightning Origin/Location: 4 miles north of Perkinsville Yesterday, scattered rain fell across the north half of the fire. Crews continued with mop up, patrol, and suppression repair work on all flanks of the fire with suppression repair work being completed below the Mogollon Rim in and

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