Effective 5/8 at 1700 the Type 3 Incident Management Team effectively transferred command back to the District and a local Type 4 Incident Commander.
The fire received measurable rain over the last 2 days effectively reducing fire activity. Today's (5/8) reconnaissance flight over the fire area revealed no smoke or evidence of internal heat. The fire remains 179 acres, with containment increasing to 75%. No growth is anticipated.
The fire's specific cause remains under investigation.
This will be the final update to this incident.
Date of Origin:
Monday May 06th, 2019 approx. 11:15 AM
7 miles SW of Crown King
Brush/scrub oak/juniper and grass
Transition from Type 3 Incident Management Team to District Type 4 Incident Command 5/8 at 1700. Measurable rain received in fire area over the last 2 days
Insure containment features hold, monitor for interior heat
Projected Incident Activity:
Anticipate increased containment, little to no smoke visible
No change in acreage expected
Fire Unit Information
Phoenix District Office
Bureau of Land Management
Phoenix, AZ, AZ 85027
Prescott Interagency Dispatch Center
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