(AP) -- One of three major wildfires burning in Arizona is now fully contained, and a second fire is nearly extinguished.
Officials said Sunday that the Horseshoe Two wildfire in southeastern Arizona is completely surrounded after burning more than 348 square miles.
The Monument fire near the southern Arizona city of Sierra Vista is 75 percent contained. Officials say the blaze is showing little activity as ground crews and helicopters finish putting it out. It has burned nearly 47 square miles and destroyed 57 homes, a five-unit apartment building and five businesses.
Meanwhile, the 845-square-mile Wallow fire continues to slowly chew though parts of the eastern Arizona, although it is 77 percent contained. That fire has destroyed 32 homes and four rental cabins and is the largest forest fire in Arizona's history.
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