The first major wildfire of the season is burning north of Phoenix, Arizona.
The mountain fire was first reported just before noon Friday and has burned over 6,200 acres so far.
It’s affecting the Tonto National Forest and, according to officials, was caused by humans.
The national forest is a popular recreational area and a number of vehicles could be seen filing out of the park.
Nearby roads have also been closed and access to some of the forest’s camps has been restricted.
And even with hundreds of firefighters on scene, crews report that strong winds have made it difficult to battle the fast-moving blaze.