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Firefighters Respond to Wildfire South of Prescott near Mt Union – April 18, 2022

Location: 10 miles of Prescott-Bradshaw Ranger District (T12N, R2W, SEC 12), near Mt Union. Start Date:  April 18, 2022 Size:  Approximately 500 acres Percent Contained:   0% Cause:     Under Investigation Vegetation:   Brush, Ponderosa Pine, and Mixed Conifer InciWeb: Crooks Fire Information – InciWeb the Incident Information System (nwcg.gov) Summary:  At approximately 10:00 AM on Monday, April 18, 2022, resources from Prescott National Forest

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Governor Ducey Issues Declarations of Emergency In Response To Telegraph, Mescal Fires

Governor Doug Ducey today issued two Declarations of Emergency in response to the Telegraph and Mescal Fires in Pinal and Gila Counties, making available up to $400,000 for response efforts. The State of Emergency follows the Governor’s June 6 request to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for a Fire Management Assistance Grant. FEMA quickly

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Type 1 Incident Management Team Assumes Command of the Tussock Fire

Acres: 3,500 Percent Containment: 0% Date/Time Detected: May 8, 2021. 2:15 PM Structures burned: 0 Number of Resources: 226 Cause: Unknown, under investigation Origin/Location: 7 miles southwest of Crown King. Southwest Type 1 Team 2, led by Incident Commander Dave Bales, assumed management of the fire this morning. The team will assess the current situation and add to the great work

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The Tussock Fire is burning 7 miles Southwest of Crown King

From InciWeb (as of 4:30 pm Sunday afternoon): The Tussock Fire started on the afternoon of May 8, approximately 8 miles southwest of Crown King. The fire was mapped this morning (May 9) at 2,448 acres and has reached the Prescott National Forest boundary. Due to lack of moisture, hot, dry, windy conditions, and rugged

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