Lightning-ignited AZ wildfire burns 810 acres - Tucson News Now

Lightning-ignited AZ wildfire burns 810 acres

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SAN CARLOS, AZ (CBS5) -

Fire officials say a lightning-ignited wildfire has burned more than 800 acres in San Carlos, AZ.

Incident commanders said the fire started about 10 a.m. Tuesday near Globe and has consumed 810 acres, as of Friday afternoon.

Roughly 35 firefighters are working to put out the blaze.

Winds are estimated at about seven to 10 miles per hour.

Stay with cbs5az.com for updates on this developing story.

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