NEAR SUPERIOR, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- Fire crews are still battling a wildfire that is burning in the Superstition Wilderness Monday.
According to officials with the Tonto National Forest, the Woodbury Fire, which is burning about five miles (~8.05km) northwest of Superior, is human-caused and started to burn on Saturday. As of Monday afternoon, the fire has burned 1,400 acres of land, with 0% containment. The fire can be seen in nearby communities.
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National Forest officials said the Superstition Wilderness fire features extremely steep and rugged terrain, and the fire is burning in an area with thick brush, making direct suppression tactics a safety concern for fire crews.