Wildfire Incident Report

Prepared: Wednesday, November 30, 2022 2:50:10 PM MST

Wildfire Incident Report


Fire, Weather & Avalanche Center
La Grande, OR, USA
www.fireweatheravalanche.org
Incident #
2022-AZPNF-000271
FWAC Incident ID
243070
Incident Name
Crooks Fire
Last Updated
Thursday, September 29, 2022 9:40 AM MST
(2 months ago)
Fire Reported
Monday, April 18, 2022 11:02 AM MST
(8 months ago)
State
Arizona
Incident Type
Wildfire
Location
43.6 miles NNW of Phoenix, AZ
Responsible Agency
US Forest Service
Responsible Fire Unit
Prescott National Forest
Notes
Contain: 06/25/22 1200 | Control: 08/20/22 0800 | Out: 09/21/22 0800
Current Weather

Fire Growth Potential
Fire Weather Forecast
Incident Overview

The Crooks Fire began on April 18, 2022 about 10 miles south of the Prescott-Bradshaw Ranger District near Mt. Union. On Saturday, June 25, 2022 the fire was called 100% contained.


Incident Type
Wildfire
Cause
Undetermined
Date of Origin
Monday April 18th, 2022 approx. 10:00 AM
Location
11 miles south of Prescott Arizona
Incident Commander
Josh Nuttall ICT4
Incident Description
Vegetation
Coordinates
34.403, -112.426
Size (Acres)
9,402
Containment
100%
Estimated Containment Date
Friday June 24th, 2022 approx. 12:00 AM
Fuels Involved
Timber (Litter and Understory), Chaparral (6 feet), Brush (2 feet)
Significant Events
Minimal Fire Behavior
Planned Actions
Patrol and monitor fire area for effects from ongoing precipitation such as road damage.
Projected Incident Activity
See Fire Weather Forecast. Expect good overnight recovery with little to no fire activity and interior smoldering.
Remarks
Weather Concerns
Thunderstorm conditions at the fire site through the forecast period.
Incident Contact
Crooks Fire Information
Phone: 928-925-1111
Hours: M-F 8am to 4pm
Fire Unit Information
Prescott National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
344 S Cortez St
Prescott, AZ 86303
Dispatch Contact
Prescott Interagency Dispatch Center | Prescott, AZ
Phone: 928-777-5700
Website: https://gacc.nifc.gov/swcc/dc/azpdc/index.php
Incident Map

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