A wildfire near Superior that grew overnight to more than 34,300 acres prompted evacuation orders on Sunday morning for residents of Top-of-The-World, according to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office.It was not contained at all as of Sunday afternoon.
The Telegraph Fire was burning less than 1 mile from Top-of-the-World as of Sunday afternoon, according to an update on InciWeb. The area’s residents were asked to evacuate immediately to a shelter or another location outside of the affected area, a tweet from the Sheriff’s Office said.
The town of Superior remained at “SET” status, meaning residents there should prepare for possible evacuations, according to an update from the U.S. Forest Service on Sunday afternoon.
The American Red Cross of Arizona set up evacuation centers at Lee Kornegay Intermediate School, 4635 Railroad Ave., in Miami and at Skyline High School, 845 South…