The Diamond Fire burning in north Scottsdale has forced evacuations and multiple closures.
The 2,500-acre wildfire is at 30% containment as of June 29, according to the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management. More than 100 homes in Scottsdale have been evacuated, according to the city.
The Diamond Fire started near 130th Street and Ranch Gate Road in north Scottsdale, 11 miles southwest of the Rio Verde Foothills community.
The fire began moving east toward McDowell Mountain Regional Park, according to Scottsdale police.
The Diamond Fire started as a brush fire on Tuesday evening which was fueled by grass and brushes that dried out quickly due to the warm weather. The Arizona Department of Forestry believes the fire to be human-caused, but will not confirm the source of the fire’s ignition until it completes its investigation.
Everything you should know: Diamond Fire forces evacuations in Scottsdale
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