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Bravo Fire Has Burned 960 Acres, Forward Progress Stopped

Nearly 200 people are working on the Bravo Fire west of Flagstaff at Camp Navajo. The fires acreage has dropped from over 1,400-acres have burned to 960 after more accurate mapping. The fire started Wednesday, but wasn’t reported until Thursday morning. All zones placed in “SET” status have been determined safe and downgraded to “READY.” Those areas are A-1 Ranch, Bellemont North, Village Camp and Bellemont South. There is no containment of the fire, but crews are working diligently to suppress it. All nonessential people have been removed from Camp Navajo and there is no threat to assets or structures. The fire is under investigation.

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