Grand Canyon Fuller Fire scorches 13,382 acres with zero containment
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The lighting-caused forest fire blazing through the North Rim of the Grand Canyon doubled in size overnight over the weekend. The Fuller Fire jumped from 5,940 acres to 13,382 on Monday, with zero containment to date. Dry and windy conditions on Saturday night helped the blaze spread through treetops near Imperial Point on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Currently more than 550 crew members are trying to manage the inferno that began on June 29. Some cloud cover and high humidity...