TONTO NATIONAL FOREST - Arizona firefighters are battling a new wildfire in the Tonto National Forest.
The "Poco" Fire started Thursday afternoon about six miles northeast of Young, Arizona.
Officials say the 512 Road, mile marker 213 on south side, and Colcord Junction on north side is closed.
Two hot shot crews, 49 firefighters, air tankers and four fire engines are battling the fire.
The fire has burned 1,000 acres and is zero percent contained.
The cause of the fire is unknown.
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