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(KSL News) The fire in Twin Peaks is still burning this morning.
It's doubled in size, but is only two acres and not threatening any structures.
Lightning sparked the fire, Monday night. It's seemingly big glow and plume of smoke caught a lot of attention across the Wasatch Front.
A chopper will fly over the fire this morning and crews will rappel down to the mountain to fight the blaze.