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Prom Fire between Lordsburg and Deming

Prom Fire Information
Situation: Crew from the BLM have stopped the forward progress of the Prom Fire, which has burned approximately 2-3,000 acres along Interstate 10 between Lordsburg and Deming. Structures are in the area and are considered threatened, but not immediately so. Crews will work to put out hot spots and prevent re-ignition of the fire.

Start Date & Time: 4/26/2014 @ 14:00
Start Location: Highway 10 mm 64
Latitude: 32 deg 13 min 00.7 sec N
Longitude: 108 deg 04 sec 17.1 sec W
Cause of Fire: Unknown
Area Vegetation: Grass
Acres Burned: 2000 to 3000
Ownership(s): Private
Structures Threatened: Yes
Structures Burned: none reported
Evacuations (Y or N & #): none reported
% contained: Not reported
Temperature: Unknown
Relative Humidity: Unknown
Wind Speeds: Unknown
# of Engines: 1 Engine from BLM

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