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Schultz Fire...

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Sunday June 20, 2010

Flagstaff

Caption: Closer view of the smoke plume growing early on in the fire's life

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6. scara36
12:29 AM GMT on June 25, 2010
Thankfully, I don't live near any of the evacuation areas. Yesterday, all the evacuees were allowed back into their homes. However, the fire has grown to approx. 14400 acres and is 25% contained.
Azcamper -- kudos to your dad!! Is he a pilot or is he on the ground? Hard work. They're doing an amazing job!!
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5. azcamper
8:05 PM GMT on June 23, 2010
My Dad's working this fire. They keep running him/his team between this one and the Eagle Rock fire just outside Parks. We could see this smoke plume from Prescott - it looked like a nuclear bomb had gone off in Flagg...

I hope your family got out safely and that they can return home soon if they haven't already.



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4. scara36
10:34 PM GMT on June 21, 2010
Yes, near Flagstaff...sorry about that. Thought I specified when I was uploading it.
As of right now, it's close to 9000 acres, zero percent contained, and still growing.
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3. robin53
8:19 PM GMT on June 21, 2010
Schultz Pass, near Flagstaff, Arizona?
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2. jobro47
7:23 PM GMT on June 21, 2010
Where is this fire?
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1. Twistie
3:10 PM GMT on June 21, 2010
Thank you for the shot. My brothers house was evacuated on Sunday. I hope you and yours are safe.
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