By: Zachary Lopez (ZachNews):
Source: Mohave Valley Fire Department (Information):
Mohave Valley, Arizona: Firefighters have been able to 100 percent contain a large vegetation fire named the Threemile Fire along Dike Road.
According to Fire Marshal Don Gibson with the Mohave Valley Fire Department, the fire is 100 percent contained, no change in the acreage which was at 198 acres, and the cause of the fire was from a transient’s mobilehome that caught on fire.
Fire Marshal Don Gibson also tells ZachNews that fire crews will continue monitoring the Threemile Fire along the Colorado River for the next few days making sure to put out any hotspot that get found.
Small smoke plumes have been seen on and off throughout the last few days, but the community can rest to sure that firefighters are at the site of the Threemile Fire, and will make sure that nothing gets out of control and put out fast.
The large vegetation fire started in the late evening of Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020 along Dike Road just southeast of South Lake Drive.
Firefighters from multiple fire department agencies, including Mohave Valley Fire Department, San Bernardino County Fire Department and Bullhead City Fire Department as well as Bureau of Land Management Colorado River Division and U.S. Forest, responded to the scene.
No reports of injuries or no strictures were damaged in the fire.
Great work and many thanks to all of the firefighters, emergency personnel, law enforcement and emergency volunteers including from the Rehab Unit for Mohave Valley Fire Department.