TUCSON, Ariz. -- A 22-acre wildfire that started Sunday afternoon is now contained, according to the Coronado National Forest Service. It was first reported to be nearly 75-acres but then downgraded by officials.
Officials say crews were able to stop the forward progression of the Compass Fire and that no structures were threatened.
National Forest officials say one engine, one fire crew and a helicopter were assigned to put out hot spots.
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