#TinderFire | Arizona | NEW!

EAST CLEAR CREEK, Ariz. – A wildfire that ignited originally about 1.5 miles NE of the Blue Ridge Reservoir on Friday, April 27, 2018, is said to be human-caused.  An exact ignition source is unknown at this time.

Fire is near Forest Road 95. Smoke was headed NE towards Blue Ridge & SR 87. | Credit: Coconino Forest Service

RESOURCES

There are approximately 500 personnel including 7 hotshot crews, 3 initial attack crews, engines, bull dozers, helicopters and overhead teams.  Incident Cooperators include Coconino Emergency Management and Coconino Sheriff’s Office.

FUELS

Fire fuels consist of timber, pine and mixed conifer that include grass and understory.

CURRENT CONDITIONS

Image looking north near Clints Well. | Credit: AZ DOT

There has been 500 acres consumed.

EVACUATIONS

Immediate evacuation of the following areas:

  • Mosqui Ranchettes
  • Starlight Pines
  • Clear Creek Pines
  • Tamerron Pines
  • Ponderosa Pine
  • Timber Ridge
  • Pine Canyon
  • east and west of Hwy 87
  • Timber Ranch
  • Mogollon Ranches

Officials are recommending that you travel north on Hwy 87 to Winslow. SB roads are closed.

SHELTERS

Red Cross Shelter has been set-up at Winslow Jr. H.S., 1100 N. Colorado Avenue. 

Animal Shelter has been opened for dogs and cats at the Winslow Animal Lake Shelter, 548 Barrigan Rd, Winslow, AZ 86047.  

Large Animal Shelter is open at the Holbrook Navajo County Fairgounds.

ALERTS

Emergency Alerts

Coconino County Emergency Management's photo.

Sign up for Emergency Alerts to receive changes on current conditions, fire updates.  Conconino County Emergency Alerts:

http://coconino.az.gov/ready

FACEBOOK  -https://www.facebook.com/CoconinoCounty/

TWITTER – https://twitter.com/CoconinoCounty

Health Alerts

“Smoke from the fire may increase as winds pick-up. Coconino County health officials are encouraging individuals to take precautions to protect themselves from health effects of wildfire smoke. People with pre-existing conditions should avoid exposure to the smoke as much as possible, and consult their physician if they have any questions.”

Fire Weather

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The Weather Service is forecasting very windy conditions and high fire danger. A RED FLAG warning is in effect. The County is in a Stage 1 Fire Level. | Credit:  US National Weather – Flagstaff, Arizona

 

(c) 2018 Firestorms and Disasters

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