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Woodbury Fire map: Fire burning near Superstition Mountains grows to over 123,000 acres

Posted at 9:17 AM, Jun 18, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-15 22:38:31-04

The Woodbury Fire has burned over 123,000 acres near Superior, Arizona.

The human-caused fire started on June 8 and quickly grew in acreage in the days since it began.

PHOTOS: See Woodbury Fire burning near the Superstition Mountains

Take a look at the interactive map below to see where the fire has burned.

Start date: June 8, 2019

Size: 123,875 Acres

Percent of containment: 100% contained, NOT fully controlled.

Where it started: 5 miles northwest of Superior

Cause: Human-caused, under investigation

Evacuation information: Click here.

Closures and restrictions:
--State Highway 88 (Needle Vista east to the junction of State Highway 88 and State Highway 188). Closure includes Tortilla Flat, Canyon Lake, Apache Lake and campsites along the highway
--Tonto National Forest lands in and surrounding the Superstition Wilderness
--Tonto National Forest Stage 1 Fire Restrictions are in place

For more information on the fire and officials' efforts, click here.