Pipeline Fire burns north of Flagstaff

Wildfire season in Arizona started early and is prone to be intense.

At a information convention in March, Gov. Doug Ducey stated Arizona’s wildfire season may very well be much more catastrophic in 2022.

“I’m reluctant to call it wildfire season anymore because as our firefighters and fire officials know, Arizona faces the risk of wildfires year-round,” Ducey stated.

In the primary three months of 2022, roughly 90 fires have been reported with 627 acres burned. The state’s wildfire season sometimes begins in May.

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Here is a roundup of wildfire updates throughout Arizona:

Pipeline Fire

(Last up to date June 12)

Location: Six miles north of Flagstaff

What we all know: Officials with Coconino National Forest stated an incident administration group has been ordered and is scheduled to reach over the following couple of days. The Pipeline Fire was reported at 10:15 a.m. by a hearth lookout on Sunday, June 12. As of Sunday morning, the hearth was “several acres” giant and “active on all sides and growing.” The trigger of the hearth is unknown.

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