LITCHFIELD PARK, AZ - A mulch fire that started Sunday continues to burn west of the Valley near Litchfield Park.
The smoke coming from four acres of wood chips can be seen for miles.
The fire started Sunday and fire crews say it could take several days to burn.
The fire department is trying to find the property owner so they can get permission to bring in heavy equipment to fight the fire.
The man apparently lives out of town and crews are having trouble reaching him.
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