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Bravo Fire: The latest on the Arizona wildfire near Flagstaff

Flagstaff awoke today to smoke-filled skies after fire ignited at the nearby Camp Navajo military training site. 

The Bravo Fire sparked Thursday morning at the Arizona National Guard facility; officials say its origins remain unknown. It’s burned at least 1,400 acres and residents in several neighborhoods were warned to prepare for evacuation. A flight restriction has been implemented over the area. 

The site is closed but officials said there is no immediate threat to buildings or people. 

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Fronteras Desk senior editor Michel Marizco is an award-winning investigative reporter based in Flagstaff.