A fast moving brush fire outside Flagstaff is sparking concerns over fire season in Arizona. The fire started Sunday and is considered to be started by someone law enforcement has in custody.
Officials say it may have been a case of reckless burning and the fire has destroyed several structures and charred around 100 acres.
Dozens of people in the community of Winona had to be evacuated, but there are no reports of anyone getting hurt.
The National Weather Service says dry and windy conditions will pick up later this week and it's only the start of fire season in the state.