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Rose Crest Fire: Herriman residents’ despair turns to relief

Most homes and animal sanctuary are spared as residents express gratitude for fire crews.

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Church Camp Fire • In Duchesne County, the Church Camp Fire was last estimated at about 6,000 acres and is 55 percent contained. Fire crews doing a burnout operation were able to stop it from impacting Indian Canyon and U.S. Highway 191 overnight. The mandatory evacuation for Argyle Canyon and the road closure for the canyon remains in effect but Highway 191 remains open.

Pole Creek Fire • Also in Duchesne County, the blaze had burned more than 2,000 acres and was 75 percent contained.

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Wood Hollow Fire • Last estimated at more than 47,387 acres in Sanpete County, the fire is 80 percent contained, and crews were being reassigned to other fires. One person died and 160 structures were destroyed, 52 of them primary dwellings.

New Harmony Fire • Crews achieved 100 percent containment Saturday night on the 1,827-acre fire in Washington County.

Tribune reporter Erin Alberty contributed to this story.


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