In the second half of May 2012 in large parts of western U.S. states (Arizona, Nevada and Colorado) are raging fires. A serious threat hangs over many houses, wildlife and historical sites, including the national forest, "Tonto" in Arizona. Firefighters need a few days to put out the rapidly spreading fire.
- A fire in a national forest, "Tonto", Arizona, spread over an area of 8 square kilometers. The helicopter crew to help stop the fire. According to the representative of the forest David Albo, flame 32 kilometers south Peizona distributed in the north-east.
- The flames engulfed the house in the south Gardervillya, Nevada.
- Firefighters fighting a fire in the south Gardervillya, Nevada. Rapidly spreading flames moving along the Nevada border with California. At least two houses burned down, forcing the emergency evacuation exercise area residents.
- Fire rages in a national park in Prescott, Arizona. The authorities are concerned that the extensive flame Swapping a firebreak, located 2 kilometers from the mining town of Crown King.
- Helicopter on the background of the solar eclipse returns after fighting fires in Sunflower, Arizona.
- The plane takes off on a flame retarding substances near Crown King, Arizona. Firefighters took days to put out several fires, including the flame on 10 square kilometers near the Crane-King.
- The flames in the canyon powder, located in the northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado. More than 50 families were evacuated, and the flame has grown from 4 to 20 square kilometers. This contributed to the wind gust speed which was 80 kilometers per hour.
- Wildfires continue to rage in the canyon powder, Colorado.
- Firefighters fighting a fire in the south Garnervillya, Nevada.