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Slide Fire Update 06.04.14 FINAL UPDATE

Incident: Slide Fire Wildfire
Released: 6/4/2014

Size: 21,227 acres

Containment: 100 Percent

Date Reported: Tuesday, May 20 at approximately 4 p.m.

Cause: Human caused, under investigation.

Cost: 10.1 million dollars.

New Fire Videos: View a post-fire flight down West Fork and along Highway 89A:

New Interactive 3D Fire Map: Visit and download the file. Note: You need to have Google Earth open on your computer before opening these layers. To install Google Earth visit:

Today: Crews continue to monitor the fire perimeter. While there are no threats to containment, internal areas of unburned fuel may continue to smolder, producing light smoke.

Forest Closure: Many areas within Oak Creek Canyon remain closed to the public. The Coconino National Forest has issued an emergency closure on all National Forest System lands within the area of the Slide Fire on the Coconino National Forest, in Coconino and Yavapai Counties. To view the Order and map of the fire closure area, visit:

Closed Roads: Highway 89A will remain closed from the Pine Flats campground north to the entrance of the overlook at the switchbacks. The ‘overlook’ is open to the public.

Unit Information

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Coconino National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
1824 S. Thompson St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

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