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Court in Yarnell closed due to deadly wildfire

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YARNELL, AZ (AP) -

The Yavapai County justice court in Yarnell is closed due to the wildfire that burned dozens of homes and killed 19 members of a Hotshots firefighting crew from Prescott.

The state courts administrative office says urgent matters normally handled by the Yarnell court will be handled by the justice court in Prescott.

The office says the Yarnell court has accounted for its entire staff but says the condition of the court isn't yet known.

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