Posted: Jun 26, 2012 11:22 AM
TUCSON - The Fox Fire is now 100 percent contained after burning for about 10 days in the Rincon Mountain Wilderness.
The fire, which was sparked by lightning on June 16, grew to about 7,500 acres before being fully contained by wildland fire crews last night.
The fire was burning about five miles southwest of Casabel, Arizona, was fought by more than 200 personnel at one point.
In a press release, the Forest Service said rehabilitation of Turkey Creek Trail has been completed.
Pictured: Smoke rising from the Fox Fire, shortly after it was sparked June 16.
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