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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -
This morning the Ironwood
Hotshots, after a three day rest, are heading out to Idaho to continue battling
fires across the west.
The team will be meeting
this morning at the Wildland Operations Center to drive to Phoenix, from there
they will fly to Boise, Idaho where they will find out their next assignment.
This time the team may
possibly be fighting fires somewhere in the northern Rockies or even into
Northwest Fire is stating
the Hotshots have been on the fire lines 100 days so far this year. Crews have
been battling wildfires in Idaho and Montana.
Several other Southern Arizona firefighters are helping fight the
massive Rim Fire burning in and around California's Yosemite National Park.
This has been a very
different fire season for the crews due to the Yarnell Hill fire tragedy.
Crews now have a special
mobile phone unit, so they can contact home occasionally, even when they are on
the front lines.
The elite wildland crew is expected to leave at 6 a.m.
Stay with Tucson News Now
for more from the Ironwood Hotshots before they leave.