Wildfire Burning in Superstition Mountains

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Firefighters are battling a 25,893-acre blaze in the Superstition Mountains east of Phoenix.

While there is no threat to communities or structures at the moments, officials are asking the public to avoid the Woodbury and Roger’s Trough trailheads as the Woodbury fire rages on. This is important to ensure firefighters have the ability to build fire lines safely.

The fast-moving flames had caused the closure of SR-88 near Tortilla Flat as more than 600 fire personnel fight the wildfire.

Smoke may be visible from US 60 and communities near the Superstition Wilderness.

For more details, please visit: https://dffm.az.gov/

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