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Haywire Fire

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

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FINAL Update Haywire Fire June 25

Haywire Fire Wildfire
News – 6/25/2022

                                                                                FINAL UPDATE

Fire behavior


Monsoonal storms will continue to develop and pass through the area into next week, bringing the possibility of lightning and isolated heavy precipitation around the fire area. Showers and thunderstorms with the potential to produce flash flooding and debris flows off the Pipeline Fire scar, as well as the Tunnel and Museum fire scars, may occur. Cloud cover, high relative humidity, and precipitation will continue minimize fire behavior. Heat and smoke will still be present within the fire perimeter as interior pockets continue to burn unconsumed fuels. 


Pipeline Fire


Minimal fire growth occurred last night and as containment continues to increase, firefighters will shift focus to suppression repair to minimizing potential soil erosion and impacts resulting from fire suppression activities. These activities will help aid in mitigating impacts to incoming precipitation. In containment areas, suppression repair is taking place along constructed dozer lines, as well as roads and trails that were used as fireline. On the southwest edge from Fremont peak running north toward the Inner Basin Trailhead, crews are monitoring fire progression and will engage as necessary.

Some heat and smoke are still occurring within the fire perimeter and firefighters and aviation resources continue to assess and take action to extinguish when necessary. Day and night shift initial attack groups stand ready to quickly respond to any spotting over the line or new starts caused by the incoming thunderstorms. 


Haywire Fire


Minimal heat was detected across the fire yesterday and negligible growth occurred. Favorable conditions allowed additional containment to be gained around the southwestern perimeter of the fire. Crews will continue to monitor and patrol containment lines. Firefighters continue to secure the southern edge of the fire, extinguishing hotspots within the interior and patrolling and monitoring for areas that could potentially cause a threat to established fireline.


Evacuations, road and trail closures, and restrictions


Highway 89 is now open. An area closure is in place on the Coconino National Forest for the Pipeline Fire. For full descriptions of road closures and fire restrictions go to: www.fs.usda.gov/coconino/.


The Coconino County Sheriff's Office has lifted all evacuations. Evacuation information can be found at bit.ly/Pipeline-Haywire-Evacs.


Total fire resources assigned


  • Roughly 348 personnel, including: three Hotshot crews, four hand crews, 19 engines, four water tenders and five helicopters

InciWeb: Pipeline Fire: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/8152/

Haywire Fire: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/8155/

Air qualityhttps://azdeq.gov/node/8262   

Twitter: @CoconinoNF

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