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Arizona Wildfire Might Have Been Started By Burning Toilet Paper

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Pipeline Fire: Evacuations ordered north of Flagstaff | 12news.com

Pipeline Fire: Evacuations ordered north of Flagstaff | 12news.com

The Pipeline Fire has been raging since June 12th north of Flagstaff, Arizona. The fire has burned over 26,000 acres as of this morning, and is considered to be 50% contained.

Officials recently arrested a man who allegedly burned toilet paper near where the fire originated. He has not been charged with starting the wildfire, and only for lighting a fire despite active fire restrictions.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but it seems as if the tee-pee burning man might be charged in the future.

Check out the full story from Fox 10 Phoenix:

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That would be a really shitty way to start a wildlife, am I right?

Even if this toilet paper arsonists wasn’t the one who started the fire he should still be charged, right? I mean who in their right mind would burn their toilet paper during the middle of June? Such a crappy thing to do.

Featured/Header Image Credit: 12 News

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