3:30 p.m. Update:
Fire officials report that the fire burning near Topock has consumed 1,200 acres, 50 acres on the California side of the river, and there is zero containment at this time.
Firefighters currently working the fire are from the San Bernardino Fire Department, Mohave Valley Fire Department, Bureau of Land Management and Arizona Game and Fish.
The biggest concern at this time, according to fire officials, is embers and wind.
According to the National Weather Service in Las Vegas, the winds have turned northwest. These winds will continue until midnight, then decrease. Smoke could still hang around in Lake Havasu City through Thursday morning.
There has been some damage at Pirate’s Cove Resort, but firemen are protecting it from further damage.
Arizona is calling it the Topock Fire and California is calling it the Pirate Fire.