Bruno Fire


CONTAINED

Incident #: A3S-1287
Fire Start: 4 months ago
Location: 12.3 miles SSE of Elfrida, AZ
Acres: 4,447
Agency: Arizona Interagency Dispatch Center (AZ-ADC)
Dispatch Notes: Contain: 07/31/18 1230 control: 08/02/18 1212 out: 08/06/18 0800

Current Weather

Fire Growth Potential

Incident Overview

Updated: 1 hour, 10 mins ago — The Bruno Fire is now 100% contained - final acreage at 4,447. 3,038 acres on state lands, 1,409 acres on Coronado National Forest. The Bruno Fire started on the morning of Tuesday, July 24th, from a lightning strike. The fire is burning 15 miles NE of Douglas, E. of the Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuge, and just south of the Pedregosa Mountains. More than 100 fire personnel were assigned to the fire, including multiple hand crews, engines, a Department of Public Safety helicopter, and Air Attack.

Contact

Incident Contact
Tiffany Davila
Email: tdavila@dffm.az.gov
Phone: 602-540-1036
Fire Unit Information
Arizona State Forestry Division - State Office
1110 West Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007

Basic Information

Cause
Lightning
Date of Origin
Tuesday July 24th, 2018 approx. 10:00 AM
Location
15 m. NE of Douglas, E. of Leslie Canyon National Canyon Wildlife Refuge
Incident Commander
Mike Renovato
Incident Description
Wildfire

Current Situation

Total Personnel
130
Size
4,447 Acres
% Contained
100%
Fuels Involved
Brush, grasses

Outlook

Planned Actions
Firefighters will continue to secure perimeter and perform burnout ops as necessary to protect values at risk while ensuring the safety of the first responders and the public.