In Prescott, Arizona, on Thursday, the fire management authorities have claimed that they were able to put off a large part of the fire which is about 40 percent of the total fire that was blazing in the states for these couple of days.
As per Southwest Incident Management Team Lead, John Pierson, on this Thursday at a community meeting held in the Prescott Valley claims the reports of wildfire has been put off. And, this news also able to all those 1,400 residents from the Mayer who was homeless in fear of fire was allowed to get back to their home.
While according to the Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher, who estimated in his county there were around 2,000 people, who are still under evacuation orders, which on his way feels these people need to get out from their home as the place might get under the blaze.
There is also news coming from the states of Colorado, where wildfires spread to 360 acres of land, the residents from almost a dozen from a subdivision have orders to get ready for evacuation, which is especially in the Durango region.
In the Californian side of the wildfire, the firefighters had a hard time battling a 700 acres land near San Clemente region, till the weather come to the rescue, as the ocean air moving in and raising the humidity creating the fire craze to slow down.
While in the case of Utah, the people of Brian Head is heading back to their city, as the fire is getting reduces by the firefighters.