Pipeline Fire

Firefighters

Firefighters get pay boost, say more needed as wildfires keep growing – Cronkite News

Advocates welcomed the announcement this week that pay for federal firefighters will increase by as much as $20,000 this year, what one official called a potentially “life-changing” step for the chronically underpaid crews. But they say more still needs to be done to attract and retain crews to the dangerous job of battling wildland blazes,

Wildfires

Pipeline/Haywire Fire Update – June 20, 2022

Map: June 20th map of Pipeline and Haywire Fires From Inciweb: Fire behavior: A Red Flag warning is in effect until evening due to increased temperatures, lower relative humidity, gusty winds and drier conditions. Fire activity is expected for today and heat and smoke are still occurring within the interior of the fire perimeter. While

Wildfires

Western wildfires force evacuations in Arizona, California – Associated Press

Photo: The Pipeline Fire outside of Flagstaff The Western U.S. on Monday marked another day of hot, dry and windy weather as crews from California to New Mexico battled wildfires that had forced hundreds of people to leave their homes. Roughly 2,500 homes have been evacuated because of two wildfires burning on the outskirts of

Wildfires

The Pipeline Fire, 6 miles north of Flagstaff, Evacuations issued

Photo: Pipeline Fire From InciWeb: 6/12/2022, 7:56:48 PM Incident Type: Wildfire Cause: Unknown And Under Investigation Date of Origin: Sunday June 12th, 2022 approx. 10:15 AM Location: 6 miles north of Flagstaff, just west of Schultz Pass Incident Commander: Aaron Graeser Incident Description: The Pipeline Fire 6 miles north of Flagstaff was reported at 10:15

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