FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A 35-acre wildfire that's been burning near Flagstaff since last weekend now is fully contained.
U.S. Forest Service officials say the Fisher Fire was human caused and it remained under investigation Tuesday.
The blaze was reported Saturday afternoon about four miles south of Flagstaff near Fisher Point.
Coconino National Forest say about 100 personnel including four hotshot crews fought the fire along with engines, water tenders and a bulldozer.
The Sandy's Canyon Trail and the Arizona Trail at Fisher Point have been temporarily closed.
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