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Major Arizona Incidents
- Tiger Fire (Wildfire)on July 22, 2021 at 6:00 pm
This will be the final news release unless there are significant changes to fire activity.The Tiger Fire has been turned back to the local unit and is be managed by a Type 4 Team. A smaller organization will continue with suppression repair work; and continue to patrol and monitor the fire. NOTE - There is a new Tiger Fire Public Safety Closure that allow for public access into the community of Crown King. However, Horsethief Basin Recreation and Castle Creek Wilderness remain closed.
- Elements Fire (Wildfire)on July 21, 2021 at 8:52 pm
The Elements Fire was discovered on July 11 the result of area thunderstorms on July 10. The fire is located North of Kingman, AZ in the Cerbat Mountains approximately 6 miles East of Chloride, AZ. The fire is in rough and rugged terrain with very limited access by resources on the ground. The gusty and erratic winds from area thunderstorms, which have not provided significant moisture, have contributed to the fire's rapid growth. Crews continue to make progress on containment. There was minimal new fire activity on Tuesday. The status for Vock Canyon residents on the south side of the fire area has been downgraded from "SET" to "READY" Fire manager's and the Incident Commander are working closely with Mohave County Emergency Management and Mohave County Sheriff's Office. Residents are encouraged to sign up for Mohave County's Emergency Notification System "Code Red": https://public.coderedweb.com/CNE/en-US/BF06DA57F62C More information on Arizona's Ready-Set-Go program and...
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- Family Reunification
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