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Yarnell Fire: Information & Resources

01 July 2013  

Nineteen firefighters died tonight.


It is hard- no, impossible - to comprehend. The grief, the devastation, the horror. Yet, at a time like this, Prescott, Arizona, the entire country and even the world, show their hearts and their compassion.

Donations are being made, lodging is being offered. One Facebook page has over 113,000 likes already.

We can and will pull together. Here are links and other information for resources and more. As more information is provided, we will post it here:


Wanting to know about a family member, 800-842-7349

Needing shelter: 800.733.2767

Prescott College is offering its Village Residence Hall as temporary shelter for victims of the fire tragedy. Contact or 928.713.8915

Animal Disaster Services needs large wire crates. 

Yarnell Fire Department

Yavapai County Emergency Management site

Facebook Links

In Memory of Prescott Firefighters (It already has 113,000 likes)

Supporting Granite Mountain Hotshots Families

Yarnell Hill Fire

Honor Respect Remember Granite Mountain Hotshots Loss

Prescott Fire Fighter's Charities

To Make Donations

100 Club's Survivor Fund

The 100 Club is coming to Prescott on Monday to deliver 19 Line of Duty Death checks for $15K each.

Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter

Fry's Food Stores (as reported by a reader)

Articles Written About the Granite Mountain Hotshots

Who They Were: The Granite Mountain Hotshots

Prescott Area Hotshots Recognized Statewide

NY Times: Fast-Moving Blaze Kills 19 Firefighters in Centeral Arizona

Here is a time-lapse photo posted on Vimeo by Matt Oss

According to the photographer, this photo was shot over a 20 minute period of time.


Lynne LaMaster

Lynne LaMaster is the Founder and Editor of the eNewsAZ Network of websites. She asks a lot of questions! In her spare time, she loves photography, cooking and hanging out with her family.