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Firefighters battle blaze near Saratoga Springs
First Published May 30 2012 10:20 pm • Last Updated May 30 2012 10:20 pm

Firefighters on Wednesday night had nearly contained a 300-acre brush fire south of Saratoga Springs.

The human-caused blaze started about 8 p.m. Wednesday near State Road 68. Firefighters were able to keep it from threatening any homes, said Utah Division of Forestry spokesman Jason Curry.

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Southbound Redwood Road was briefly closed near 2200 North, according to the Utah Department of Transportation. Crews were expected to contain the fire late Wednesday night.


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