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Janiece Johnson Sep 22
I know God’s ways are not mine and I don’t understand why sometimes we’re spared and sometimes we’re not. I’m overwhelmed that we’re spared this time and can return to our home and thinking of those who are not. Photo credit:
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log. Sep 14
I’m beyond grateful for all the firefighters out there right now. Thank you
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Steve Oliphant Sep 14
Finally - a map source for info on and
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Jessica Sep 17
Does anyone else think it’s amazing the firefighters have protected all structures from being burned (so far), including Koholowo girls camp and Payson lakes campground in Payson Canyon?
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Bailee Jean Sep 16
Heavenly Father truly does work in amazing ways, the has affected so many of us. Fasting and praying has paid off. No rain has been expected for weeks, and yet it is pouring rain. continue to pray and fast. Heavenly Father is there and he is listening.
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Bam Bams BBQ Sep 18
It’s alright Mr Lt Governor, all of my clothes, even my pillow case smells like smoke, they have for years, chicks dig it! You’re a good man! Thanks for all of the support you are giving the crews on the ground and of course your people here in UT.
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Jeremy Stanley Sep 16
The view from North Lake Park in Lehi
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Lone Peak Hotshots Sep 12
We have been assigned to the on the .
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Krystal Guerra Sep 15
While the skies rain down with ash and smoke I’m so proud of the unity of my city and neighboring communities. People offering to host strangers, animals and cooking for firefighters. Forever proud to share where I’m from
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Ashley Sep 14
Some pictures taken by my dad tonight of the I’m still at a loss for words. These mountains, forests, canyons...they were my home. My view out my front door every day for 13 years. It’s the hardest thing to watch my home in flames and I am at a loss. 📸Gary Smith
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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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Clint Betts Sep 14
On Sunday, the was reported to be ½ acre in size. It's now burned more than 68K acres and is only 2 percent contained. It's currently the nation's #1 fire priority. Why did the U.S. Forest Service let the fire burn instead of putting it out when it was small?
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Jessica Nelson Sep 13
Lots of family in this area— hoping and praying this gets contained!
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↟ Kace McDonald ↟ Sep 21
Pretty cool out this morning I’m loving it. Also these skies are gradually clearing from the a bit. It’s been a lot less apocalyptic. Definitely going to head out for some pics this weekend!
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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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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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Dalton Wright Sep 14
Feeling grateful for the brave people willing to risk their lives to get these fires under control. My parents live on that hill and it has been a haven for my siblings and me for decades. Be safe, and thank you battling the
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Kalie Ann Sep 15
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Amy Noelle Nelson Sep 20
Had a dream that I was helping fight the and mid-digging a trench I pulled out a Dutch oven and cooked the best meal of my life. So 🤷🏻‍♀️
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Sandy City Fire Dept Sep 16
Deploying to assist with the Be safe guys!
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