Emergency declared as Arizona wildfire grows to 1,400 acres following evacuation of about 200 homes

Officials declared a county emergency for the Flag Fire in Arizona after it grew from 600 to 1,400 acres Monday, according to the latest information from the Bureau of Land Management.

The fire, which was described by officials as “raging out of control” on Sunday, prompting the evacuation of about 200 homes in the Hualapai Mountains near Pine Lake, about two hours north of Phoenix.
The evacuation order includes Hualapai Mountain Resort and Hualapai Mountain Park, which were ordered closed
“Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson has declared a County Emergency as a result of the Flag Fire in the Hualapai Mountains,” Mohave County Communications Director Roger Galloway said Monday in a news release.
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