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Grass fire burning at mouth of Ogden Canyon
First Published Oct 07 2012 06:48 pm • Last Updated Oct 07 2012 08:24 pm

A grass fire burned about 40 acres on a hillside near the mouth of Ogden Canyon on Sunday afternoon.

The fire began about 4 p.m. along the side of a trail on the north side of the canyon mouth, said Ogden Deputy Fire Chief Matt Schwenk. The blaze was about 80 percent contained by nightfall; crews expected to fully contain the fire on Monday.

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No structures were damaged, Schwenk said.




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