UPDATE: Buildings lost due to the Yarnell Fire can be anywhere from 50 to 200, according to Carrie Templin with Incident Command. The vague estimate is due to not being able to reach many buildings because of venting propane tanks, downed power lines, and other dangers.
U.S. military is sending 4 C-130's to help fight Yarnell Hill Fire, according to ABC15 crews on scene.
UPDATE: Officials concerned about strong winds and potential thunderstorms.
UPDATE: Officials say no new growth overnight for Yarnell Fire. Remains at 8,400 acres.
"All our fuels out there are very, very dry and available." -Fire behavioral analyst
HOW TO HELP: All Fry's Food Stores accepting donations for the Arizona Red Cross "Fire Hurts, Red Cross Helps" campaign through July 20. All funds stay local.
UPDATE: Investigation into what led to the deaths of 19 firefighters begins today, according to official.