From the Havasu News Herald:
I am working in Lake Havasu and we are at least 15 miles from the fire and we can easily see and smell the smoke from the fire. The smoke is going south, down the Colorado River and I am sure you can see the smoke from the fire about Parker, about 45 miles from the fire.
Based on the scanner feeds, there are few, if any local fire departments fighting the fire, but I could be wrong.
The wind is blowing around 20-35 mph, so this fire is not going to be put out soon.
Update from AZ central: A brush fire that started in western Arizona and jumped the Colorado River into California forced residents of two rural RV parks to evacuate Wednesday, authorities said.
The blaze, named the Pirate Fire, has burned at least 500 acres of salt cedars, mesquite and river-bottom vegetation on both sides of the river, with 450 acres involved in Arizona and 50 in California, according to the San Bernardino County Fire District.
It was reported at 4:30 a.m. in the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, which spans both states. http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona/2016/04/06/crews-fight-wildfire-along-river-between-arizona-california/82703212/