What to know about a wildfire burning in Arizona: What you need to know

The Pangea Mountains in central Peru have been ablaze in the past few days.

And while many have been caught off guard, many others have been able to see the devastation first hand.

The wildfires are still burning across the region, and many areas have already been destroyed.

The area that has been destroyed by the fires has a population of about 9 million people.

The flames are now so severe that they have caused water to flow down the mountain in some areas, and in some places, the water is flowing out into the river.

That has prompted residents to evacuate and residents of nearby communities have been ordered to evacuate.

Some have been evacuated and some are still trapped.

But according to the Associated Press, the fires are still being contained.

In the town of Punta Guevara, the AP reports that at least two people are still missing, while another 11 are missing.

The town of Lascas, located in the same region, is also under a large fire.

A total of 1,200 firefighters from several countries are battling the fires, including at least one helicopter and two helicopters.

It is unclear what caused the fires to spread in the region and the exact number of fatalities.