Arizona wildfire burns 8 square miles in matter of hours (VIDEO)
By Karen Workman
Digital First Media
06/19/2013 06:28:37 AM MDT
See what the wildfire scorching northern Arizona looked like just hours after it started on Tuesday.
Cattle graze along a highway near Prescott, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 while the so-called Doce fire burns in the background. County sheriff's officials say the wildfire began midday Tuesday near the Doce Pit about eight miles northwest of Prescott. Wind gusts of up to 22 mph pushed the fire from 20 acres to about 200 within an hour. ((AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca))
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