MINK AND MAYNARD FIRE: Two wildfires burning near Arivaca - Tucson News Now

MINK AND MAYNARD FIRE: Two wildfires burning near Arivaca

(Source: Department of Forestry and Fire Management) (Source: Department of Forestry and Fire Management)
ARIVACA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

There are two wildfires burning near Arivaca in southern Arizona.

The Mink Fire, located near Fraguita Peak and south of Arivaca, had burned 1,100 acres and was 60 percent contained as of 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 28. 

The Maynard Fire, located north of Arivaca, had burned 1,200 acres and was 10 percent contained as of 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 28.

The Mink Fire began Sunday, June 25 while the Maynard Fire began Monday, June 26. The cause of both is unknown and under investigation.

EVACUATIONS/CLOSURES

No evacuation orders are in place.

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