Firefighters performed fuel mitigation yesterday and will continue to do so today along the perimeter of the Fuller Fire.
Fire spread was very minimal due to the amount of rain the area received last night and the night before. More precipitation is expected throughout the rest of the week with localized flooding possible.
While the fire on the Northwest flank is still active, firefighters will continue to monitor its movement to ensure the fire is meeting the objectives. Crews will continue clean-up and work along FR 610 and 219.
We anticipate several road and trail closures to be lifted soon. We will post changes to our Facebook page and Inciweb as soon as we receive notification.
Fuller Fire summary:
- Start date: June 29
- Location: Point Imperial, North Rim, Grand Canyon National Park
- Completion: 47%
- Acres: 14,541 acres
- Cause: Lightning
- Total personnel: 216
- Fuel type(s): Timber, grass, rugged terrain
For more information, visit http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/4845/ or call the Fire Information Center 844-684-5411.