Posted: Apr 23, 2012 9:54 PM
Updated: Apr 23, 2012 10:12 PM
CORONADO NATIONAL FOREST - A lightning caused fire is threatening structures in the Coronado National Forest near Mount Graham.
The Forest Service tells News 4 Tucson, the Cedar Fire has burned about 15 acres of state trust land about 3-5 miles east of Klondyke.
About 20 structures are being threatened by the fire, however no mandatory evacuations are in place.
Eight engines are currently on scene, with more expected to arrive Tuesday morning, when an air attack is also expected to begin.
Fire crews from Northwest Fire are among those on the way to the scene.
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