Authorities say an estimated 600 people were evacuated from about 1,000 homes in the area of a fast-moving wildfire in north-central Arizona.
They say 20 people have refused to leave their homes and only seven people had checked into an evacuation center as of Sunday night.
There's no estimate for when the evacuations will be lifted.
The 13.5 square-mile wildfire started late last week in a remote area southwest of Winslow. It was zero percent contained Monday.
State officials told the Federal Emergency Management Agency that at least 3,000 people are under mandatory or voluntary evacuation orders.
Firefighters are up against strong winds and dry conditions. That part of Arizona is in the worst categories of drought.