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TOOELE COUNTY -- Investigators say a wildfire that burned more than 500 acres in Tooele County was human-caused.
The fire, which started June 15, burned mostly marshland. Officials are now trying to determine the environmental impact it had.
This fire was the biggest of the season so far. The Bureau of Land Management says 82 fires have been reported in the state this year.