Knob Hill Fire in Cochise County trigger evacuations, blaze grows to 2,000 acres
About 20 residents were evacuated in Cochise County amid the Knob Hill Fire that has engulfed about 2,000 acres and started Saturday on the western side of the Dragoon Mountains, the Cochise County Sheriff's Office said.
The fire, in the peaks south of Tucson and just north of Tombstone, started on private lands just after 4 p.m. Saturday.
Residents took to social media to post images and video of the swiftly spreading fire.
The fire is under investigation, according to an update on the Forest InciWeb site.
The Cochise County Sheriff's Office issued evacuation notices to the Dragoon... read more
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