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Madeline Sep 15
Woke up smelling smoke. Investigated the house only to realize it’s coming through the window because of the 60 miles away. 😞
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Erica Sep 16
I’ve turned into a media psycho. I’ve checked Twitter, Facebook, KSL, Herald Extra, and the Weather channel about 18,475 times this weekend. has taken over my brain...
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Utah Fire Info Oct 6
Tonight's Evening update for October 6, 2018. The is 102,231 and 98% contained with 98 personnel still assigned. The is 18,620 acres 100% contained
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Jeremy Stanley Sep 16
The view from North Lake Park in Lehi
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Spencer Durrant Sep 18
Containment on the is at 23% this AM, with controlled lines mostly along Highway 89 and Highway 6. Fire is still moving north in the Diamond Fork Valley, but not as far north as I expected. Great work, firefighters. Keep on the good fight.
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Spencer Durrant Sep 17
One thing I hope that the people of Utah never forget after the is that it could've been extinguished at 5 acres. But the decided a controlled burn in the worst fire season I've ever seen was a good idea.
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Utah Highway Patrol Sep 18
Highway 6 and 89 remain closed due to and operations. Thank you for your patience and for to our troopers on the ground helping 24/7. Here is an updated map of the fires and of the surrounding areas.
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Spencer Cox Sep 20
Just finished fire briefing this morning. Good news with the cold front moving in last night, there’s an opportunity to make progress on the north side of the fire. Hoping to get Hwy 89 open soon. Bad news—this is still a marathon not a sprint.
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Ashley Rohde Sep 26
I would like to interview Utahns who were evacuated from their homes due to a wildfire this year for a Utah Public Radio story. Please reply if you're interested in telling your story.
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jason thompson Oct 1
Folks impacted by the and , you’d be wise to check your insurance policies. My “flood” insurance only covers if a natural body of water is breached. Will not cover damage caused by mudslide, debris flow, or excess surface water.
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Gov. Gary Herbert Oct 1
I activated the today to get protections in place for communities in southern Utah County. These communities have been recently impacted by the and and are at a risk for flash flooding as heavy rains are headed toward our state.
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CIIMT1 Oct 5
As we transfer the management of the fires back to a local type 3 team, We want to thank the communities for all the love and support you have shown everyone during the and
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USDA Forest Service Sep 21
The has added another 7,200 acres since yesterday and is now burning on more than 95,000 acres in Utah. Nearly 1,250 interagency personnel are currently deployed to this , which is 32 percent contained.
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USDA Forest Service Sep 24
The has now expanded to more than 100,000 acres in Utah. Currently more than 1,150 interagency personnel are fighting this . It is 41 percent contained.
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Deidre Henderson Sep 22
What a difference 10 days makes! Here is the indomitable mayor of Woodland Hills Wendy Pray waving to citizens as they evacuate on 9/14, and again as they return home this AM. Her calm, positive leadership during this crisis has been incredible.
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John Booth Sep 13
As someone who’s being effected by the I’m praying the firemen protecting us know that no structure is worth your life. Thank you to the brave men and women helping us.
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Kirsten Rappleye Sep 14
Twitter friends! This sweet couple is getting married tomorrow and has been evacuated from due to the . Anyone in No. Utah County willing to donate flowers/other pretty thing from your yard? My DMs are open!
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Shuffshuff Sep 17
Red cross shows up to do their job for the fire, and utah says "Hold my Swig" humanity is killing it
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Sarah Martin Sep 16
Sunset looking west on hwy 6
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Sanpete Sheriff Sep 23
There is a possibility the fire could impact Panarama Woods. It would likely not be for a few days from now. There is no evacuation status but we are watching it.
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