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(KSL News) -- Changing winds have given firefighters trouble in putting out the Lott fire that's burning just south of Eagle Mountain.
The fire was sparked by lightening yesterday evening and has already burned about 300 acres. No structures are in danger, but crews want to put the blaze out before it gets to communications towers on the moutain.
By this afternoon, 30 percent of the fire was contained and crews have stopped the fire from spreading.
Utah County Fire Captain Mike Talbot expects to have the fire contained in a few hours and under control by tomorrow.