Wildfire Burning Across 600 Acres Prompts Evacuations in Arizona

A wildfire in the Hualapai Mountains in Mohave County, Arizona, prompted evacuations on Sunday, April 25.

The Bureau of Land Management said the Flag Fire was reported on Sunday at around 2 pm and originated between the Flag Mine and Wild Cow Campground.

Evacuations were ordered for residents living in the Hualapai Mountain Park, Lodge, and the Pine Lake Community.

The National Weather Service said smoke from the Flag Fire was visible on satellite southeast of Kingman in Mohave County on Sunday.

This footage was taken by LaShasha Bee, who said it was taken about five miles eastbound from Kingman on Sunday.

As of Monday morning, the fire was reported to be 600 acres with 60 personnel fighting the fire. Credit: LaShasha Bee via Storyful