With Arizona's wildfire season off to an active start, some fire departments are feeling the heat.
While many are volunteering their time and equipment, it's taking a toll on smaller departments, while stressing larger ones, who have to respond to dozens of mutual aid calls for help.
The gusty winds, and bone dry conditions have sparked dozens of wildfires in Southern Arizona, keeping local firefighters on the run.
The Fry Fire Department has already responded to about eight mutual aid calls for help in the last month.
Now, Chief Bill Miller says he has to be more selective over which fires they can send aid to, as they worry about keeping residents in their own district safe.
"We're concerned about stripping our own resources and sending