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Lightning Starts Fire on Twin Peaks

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(KSL News) Lightning has started a very small fire with a big glow and big smoke on Twin Peaks.

It's burning less than an acre. But we've received many phone calls this evening, and the fire can be seen from many parts of the Salt Lake Valley.

The fire is burning dead timber and it does not appear to be spreading.

The Forest Service tells us they're watching it, sent a helicopter tonight to survey it, and will send another chopper tomorrow morning.

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