Jun 21, 2011 4:45 PM
HEREFORD - News 4 Tucson's Lorraine Rivera toured an area evacuated by the Monument Fire to see the damage and destruction left in its wake.
To date, an estimated 58 homes, 4 businesses and 14 outbuildings have been damaged or destroyed by the Monument Fire.
Check out the video and pictures above to see the aftermath of the Monument Fire. We'll have more video and information from the evacuated area tour on News 4 Tucson this evening.
Residents of the following streets and areas are now allowed back into their homes:
Andalusian /Arab /Big Oak/Big Spur/Black Bear Oak/Blue Oak/Bryerly/Bull Rope/Bunkhouse
Calle Cola Blanca/Cool Oaks Road/Covey Run/Darley/Elohyna/East Indigo Sky Road
East Thompson Park Road/Fairfield/Grand Oak/Hackney/Herder/Heritage Oak/Hickory
Hidden Oak/Hunter Creek/Kinjockity/La Pradera/Lippizan/Mighty Oak/Molly/Morgan/Mule
Oak/Oakridge/Palisades/Paseo Venado/Polo/Red Oak/Roaring Oak/Roberto/Ruby/Saddlehorn
School House/Seven Oaks/Sexton/Shire/Silver Concho/Silver Leaf/Silver Thorne/Sophia/South Rock Ridge Road/Stoneridge Road/Sun Quail/Swiss/Three Canyons/Vaquero/Welsh/White Leaf
This area includes:
South of Three Canyons East of Highway 92/Stoneridge South of 92 which includes Thompson Peak, Rockridge Road, and Indigo Sky Road. Prince Placer Road west of Stoneridge will remain closed.
For information on obtaining a permit to return to your home, call the Cochise County Sheriff's Office at: 520-803-3850
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