PHOENIX — Evacuations were ordered Tuesday due to a wildfire spreading in a small area in northern Arizona, but they were lifted later Tuesday morning.
Coconino County officials said the fire in Doney Park first sparked on Monday night but "flamed up" again Tuesday morning.
Ten homes in the area of Burris Lane and Pine County Lane were evacuated. Some structures were damaged, but officials did not provide specifics.
Large amounts of smoke were visible and crews were on scene to address the fire.
The Coconino County Sheriff's Office was in charge of evacuations while the Summit Fire Department is in charge of fighting the fire.
Some roads in the area were blocked to keep people out. There is no estimated time to reopen the roads.
An investigation is ongoing.
This is a developing situation. Stay tuned to 12 News for the latest.