PRESCOTT, AZ - Fire crews have gained full contained of the Doce Fire that was burning near Prescott.
The human-caused Doce Fire erupted June 18, 2013 near the Granite Mountain Wilderness.
A Thursday afternoon release said that the Doce Fire is at 100% containment and 6,767 acres were charred.
Fire officials have reported little activity with isolated smoldering in unburned pockets.
Firefighters will continue to patrol and mop-up the area.
There was only one injury battling the wildfire, a minor eye abrasion.
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