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Crooks Fire Update, Friday April 29th, 2022

Current as of 4/29/2022, 5:56:42 PM Incident Type: Wildfire Cause: Undetermined Date of Origin: Monday April 18th, 2022 approx. 10:00 AM Location: 11 miles south of Prescott Arizona Incident Commander: Rocky Opliger, CIIMT 4 Coordinates: 34.403 latitude, -112.426 longitude Current Situation Total Personnel: 889 Size: 9,393 Acres Percent of Perimeter Contained: 38% Fuels Involved: Timber

Wildfires

Crooks Fire Update: April 24, 2022

Current as of 4/24/2022, 9:10:41 PM Incident Type: Wildfire Cause: Undetermined Date of Origin: Monday April 18th, 2022 approx. 10:00 AM Location: 11 miles south of Prescott Arizona Incident Commander: Rocky Opliger, CIIMT 4 Coordinates: 34.403 latitude, -112.426 longitude Current Situation Total Personnel: 675 Size: 3,914 Acres Percent of Perimeter Contained: 22% Fuels Involved: Timber

Wildfires

Crooks Fire Daily Update: April 23, 2022

With an increase in fire activity on the Crooks Fire resulting in a visible column from Prescott and nearby communities, Kyle Jacobson gives a brief update. Kyle is the Operations Section Chief with California Interagency Incident Management Team 4 and helps develop the strategies and tactics utilized in our effort to contain the Crooks Fire

Wildlife

Arizona Wildfires Update: Crooks and Tunnel Fires

Photo: Crooks Fire From InciWeb: Tunnel Fire Helicopters, crews make progress with lines around fire Helicopters aided in fire suppression efforts today on the 20,198-acre Tunnel Fire, while crews continued making progress dowsing hotspots along the fire’s western flank near Forest Road 420 (Schultz Pass Road) and around Timberline Estates and Wupatki Trail subdivisions. In

Wildfires

May 12, 2021 Tussock Fire Update

Acres: 5517 Percent Containment: 15% Date/Time Detected: May 8, 2021. 2:15 PM Structures burned: 0 Number of Resources: 398 Cause: Human-under investigation Origin/Location: 7 miles southwest of Crown King. Nearly 200 extra firefighters and heavy equipment operators arrived Tuesday at the Tussock fire, prompting incident officials to ask summer visitors and residents to drive very slowly.  Areas within the Prescott National

Prescott National Forest

Portions of the Verde River Closed to Allow for Feral Cattle Removal

Starting May 10-24, 2021 public access to portions of the Verde River will be closed to allow for Feral Cattle Removal.  River access from Beasley Flat to the confluence with Fossil Creek will be closed; the public will not be able to launch, take out, float through or camp along this section of the river. 

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