Wildfire puts over a dozen out of their homes in the Tohono O' O - Tucson News Now

Wildfire puts over a dozen out of their homes in the Tohono O' Odham Nation

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

More than a dozen people are out of their homes after a wildfire in the Tohono O' Odham Nation Tuesday night.

That's according to the Southern Arizona Chapter of the American Red Cross.

They are partnering with the nation to provide shelter supplies at the District Office in Sells, Arizona.

That's where the shelter is located for the 15 to 20 evacuees who have lost their homes in the wildfire.

There are few other details on the fire at this time.

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