Cellar Fire Sparked By Lightening Some Roads Closed

Dated: 07/17/2019

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Here is the most recent news regarding the fire burning nearby.

The Cellar Fire, which was started by lightening, has already spread over 7,000 acres, according to a press release from the Prescott National Forest. At this point, the fire is at zero percent containment. The fire is 16 miles south of Prescott, the fire is only burning vegetation at this point, and no evacuations are currently in effect. 

However, there are two road closures. The first is at the junction of Forest Road 52 and Forest Road 261 south to the junction of Forest Road 52 and Forest Road 361; following Forest Road 52 east to Crown King. The second is off Mayer-Bolander Road (County Road 177) which is closed from the western boundary of Pine Flat west to Forest Road 52 (Senator Highway).

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