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A wildfire broke out near Flagstaff, Arizona on Sunday morning, growing to more than 1,000 acres and evacuating.
The “Pipeline Fire” was reported just after 10 a.m., about six miles north of Flagstaff. Firefighters are working to put out the fire.
The photos show the red clouds of smoke flying in the sky as seen from Flagstaff. Officials said the wind was blowing from Schultz Pass to Doney Park.
The Arizona American Red Cross said it is opening a shelter at Synagogue Middle School at 3950 E Butler Ave in Flagstaff for the evacuees.
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So far, there is some confirmation about the fire, although the allegations are not clear, Phoenix’s FOX 10 reported.
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Arizona ‘Pipeline Fire’ was released, the suspect was arrested
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