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Wild Horse Fire

Flagstaff, AZ – The Wild Horse Fire burning on the Williams Ranger District has grown to about 25 acres. The lightning-caused fire was reported on July 22nd, about 23 miles northeast of Williams and northwest of Kendrick Mountain. Fire managers decided the Wild Horse Fire could benefit the landscape and help meet resource objectives. Therefore, the fire is considered to be in "monitor status." Smoke may be visible from parts of I40 and HWY 180 today. Smoke may also impact outlying areas.