Utah fire authorities reported Monday that the Wiley fire, on the west side of Lake Mountain, was 100 percent contained.
The Utah County fire burned about 208 acres and was caused by humans, said BLM spokeswoman Cami Lee. Lee said fire investigators haven’t yet released what humans did to start the fire and did not know if citations had been issued.
She said the fire was expected to be fully controlled by 10 p.m. Monday.
No other major wildfires are burning in the state. But a "red flag" warning remains in effect across much of Utah, including the Wasatch Mountains, the Manti-La Sal National Forest, and the mountains and deserts of central and southern Utah.
The warning indicates a potential for "explosive fire growth" in the event of a blaze.
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