PHOENIX — Dozens of firefighters are battling a brush fire in west Phoenix that sparked Thursday.
Crews were called to a field near 91st and Southern avenues around 11 a.m. for reports of smoke.
The Phoenix Fire Department and other agencies responded to the fire which was burning at the same location as a Wednesday brush fire.
Phoenix Fire Department, and surrounding cities are fighting a first alarm brush fire at the above address. The fire is in the same location as the brush fire yesterday 10/13/21.— Phoenix Fire Dept. (@PHXFire) October 14, 2021
Multiple brush and tanker units have been dispatched to combat the flames, including Firebird 10. pic.twitter.com/BTGNvCAGWt
Officials have not determined if the new fire reignited or was caused by a new ignition source.
It was quickly upgraded to a 1st alarm as crews with the city of Phoenix and surrounding cities battled the flames.
Multiple brush and tanker units were dispatched, including Firebird 10.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.