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Wildfire burns 1,000 acres in Summit County

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  • UTFFEMT
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    Bush fire near Echo Canyon
    No structures threatenedparkrecord.com
    Posted: 10/18/2012 05:27:23 PM MDT


    A brush fire erupted seven miles east of Echo Junction about 4 p.m. Thursday, according to North Summit Fire Chief Mark Giauque. It is burning on the Ensign Ranches property and as of late afternoon was growing rapidly.
    North Summit County Fire Service District, South Summit County Fire Protection District and firefighters from Uinta County, Wyoming were on scene.

    As of Thursday afternoon fire was covered more than 2,000 acres, according to Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands Area Manager Mike Eriksson.

    Summit County Fire Warden Bryce Boyer said that no structures were threatened at the time.


    -Caroline Kingsley

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    Wildfire burns 1,000 acres in Summit County

    Wildfire burns 1,000 acres in Summit County


    A wildfire is burning in Summit County, off I-80 near Heiner Canyon.

    The sheriff’s office does not know what caused the fire but at 4:30 p.m. Thursday it was reported to be 1,000 acres with 100-foot flames. North and South Summit fire crews, as well as U.S. Forest Services and Evanston, Wyo., fire crews are battling the blaze.

    It is not impacting any travel in the area and isn’t threatening any structures.

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