TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — A fire is burning in the area of Mount Fagan, according to Green Valley Fire.
The fire is not expected to grow and there is little fire activity at this time, the Forest Service says.
As of Sunday, the fire is burning at 162 acres and the fire behavior is low at this time, according to the Forest Service.
GV Fire says it was reported Saturday afternoon. Officials say no structures are threatened at this time. Coronado National Forest officials and other fire agencies are on scene.
Fire officials say the fire is visible from most areas of the Tucson region and Green Valley.
GV Fire told KGUN 9 the fire is only 25 acres as of 7p.m. but is expected to grow.
#MulberryFire reported late this afternoon in the area of Mount Fagan. @CoronadoNF resources and local fire agencies are on scene. No structures are threatened at this time. Fire is visible from most areas of the Tucson region and Green Valley. pic.twitter.com/Evfr193ufn— Official GV Fire PIO (@GVFDPIO) February 14, 2021