detailsSue Willoughby Unknown 1300.2130.0007.jpg F-2130 Color 1300.2130.0007 1300.2130.0007 Print 4x6 Historic Photographs 2002 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives
On May 15, 2002 the Indian Fire burned 1,345 acres south east of Prescott. 1,500 people were evacuated, but no lives were lost and only seven structures burned. The cost of fighting the fire stands at approximately $3,000,000. Quick and coordinated response by firefighters and previous fuels reduction projects were credited for preventing a greater disaster.
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