CLINTS WELL, AZ - Two northern Arizona communities were on pre-evacuation notice due to a 176-acre wildfire burning in the Coconino National Forest.
Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management officials say the fire started Wednesday and its cause is believed to be lightning.
They say Clear Creek Units 1 and 2 near Clints Well were on pre-evacuation notice but it was lifted Thursday night. Approximately 100 structures were threatened by the blaze.
It's currently said to be 75 percent contained
Authorities say the fire is burning near the same area as another recent wildfire that started April 27 and burned through more than 25 square miles before being contained on May 24.
#TankFire currently 170 acres, but firefighters making good progress. Approximately 100 structures threatened. None destroyed. Pre-evacuation notice still in place. Next update will be tomorrow morning.
#TankFire 🔥Firefighters busy on the Mogollon Rim 🔥 Tank Fire has grown to about 100 acres in an area about 1-2 miles northeast of the junction of Lake Mary Road and state Route 87 on the Mogollon Rim. To see the whole incident report go to 🔥 https://t.co/IZK0DVhkbcpic.twitter.com/SmXocNqHNX