Sun Lakes fire crews had a tough time putting out a blaze in the southeast valley. The flames were so intense that the Chandler Fire Department showed up to help.
This happened near Alma School and Hunt Highway Sunday night.
Neighbors say it took the crews even longer to put of the fire because there were no hydrants nearby.
"I came out here.. there must've been about eight fire trucks.. and then the flames burst up.. we couldn't see any water coming.. so it looks like they had to go around the corner to find a fire hydrant," said Kathleen Taylor.
At this point, the cause of the fire is not known.