Jun 15, 2011 8:02 PM

Still more evacuations ordered around Monument Fire

SIERRA VISTA - Still more mandatory evacuations have been announced by the Cochise County Sheriff's Office.

Here is the complete list:

West of Highway 92: Hereford Road to Ash Canyon Road. This includes East Flying V Lane East Miller Canyon Road, East Hillcrest Drive, East Bristlecone Lane, East Oak Haven, East Hunter Canyon, East Baumkirchner Road, East Stump Canyon Road, East Spring Road and South Deer Trail.

West of Highway 92: Hereford Road to S. Circle Drive and South to East Pioneer Lane to include Cave Place, Haul Drive, Davis Street, Shirley Drive, East Corral Drive, Madelein Drive, East Bricky Drive, East Roger Drive, East Linda Vista Drive, Olive Lane, Calle Coyote, East Antler Trail, La Paloma, Sunnyvale Road, Valley Vista and Pioneer Place.

Ash Canyon, Hunter Canyon, Stump Canyon (both upper and lower), Turkey Track will remain closed until further notice.

People are encouraged to leave immediately.

To date, 50 structures (40 homes and 10 other structures) have been damaged or lost in the Ash Canyon area including the listed roads: Ash Canyon Road, Muffin Lane, Deer Trail, Prince Placer, Acorn, Pickett Lane, Twin Oaks, Mountainview, Stoneridge, Turkey Track and East Spring Road. Additional assessments will be completed throughout the day.

According to Cochise County Sheriff's officials, there is a pre-evacuation notification for all residents from Stump Canyon up to and including Miller Canyon. This will encompass all roads in between such as Dead Bear Draw, Vista Grande, Wickersham, and over to Three Canyons to include Hereford Road and Highway 92 and East Highway 92 to Palominas Road. As of now the fire is near Miller Peak. All residents in this area will be encouraged to make advanced arrangements for livestock and large animals to be moved which will allow an evacuation process to run more smoothly if necessary.

The Cochise County Sheriff's Office has resource information available to help move large animals. Anyone needing assistance is asked to call the Sheriff's Office at 520-432-9500 and we will be able to give phone numbers for volunteers to help in this effort.

Here is a list of resources for individuals who may need assistance evacuating, either with large animals, house pets, ambulance transport, or other needs:

New Frontier Animal Medical Center
Going to Grandmas
Sierra Vista Animal Hospital
Sierra Vista Riding Club
Lions Club Swap Meet- Hwy 90 (RV owners)
American Mini Storage (Personal Items and RV)520.378.2688
Cochise Co Sheriff's Office- Evacuation Information

4 Paws Inn at 4066 E. Monsanto Dr. in Sierra Vista is offering to board household pets of affected victims for free. Contact Stephanie Clark at 520-378-7176 for more information.

More information can be found at:

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