Southern Arizona wildfires: Horseshoe Two jumps fireline; Murphy Complex containment imrprovesPosted: Updated:
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Flames from the Horseshoe Two fire jumped a containment line Thursday, pushed by strong, erratic winds.
Containment dropped from 50 to 40 percent.
According to the most recent estimate, it has burned nearly 130,000 acres.
Meanwhile, firefighters have the Murphy Complex fire about 75% contained.
It's scorched more than 67,000 acres in Santa Cruz county and several hundred more in Mexico.
Crews are mainly focused on keeping a wilderness area safe right now.