SUNFLOWER, AZ - Crews are working to stop a fire north of the Valley that officials believe was caused by lightning.
The "Charley Fire" started on Sunday and so far has burned about 50 acres south of Sunflower.
David Albo with Tonto National Forest said the fire is burning in a very remote area.
Albo said some resources have been moved from another wildfire to fight the Charley Fire.
There have been no evacuations and no buildings are threatened.
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