Jun 17, 2012 5:06 PM
TUCSON - Firefighters are battling two fires burning in Southern Arizona.
Both the Fox Fire and the Garden North Fire started Saturday and are believed to be caused by lightning according to Heidi Schewel with the Coronado National Forest.
The Fox Fire has charred about 60 to 100 acres. It's about 5 miles southwest of Cascabel. The fire is burning in remote, rugged area of the Rincon Wilderness. No structures are threatened.
The Garden North Fire has burned about two acres in the Huachuca Mountains. No structures are threatened.