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(KSL News) Residents forced from their homes by the Neola fire returned home today.
Fire officials say those evacuated from Farm Creek and areas north of Whiterocks were allowed to return to their homes this morning.
It appears people and homes are no longer in immediate fire danger, as the blaze heads into the Ashley National Forest. About 700 firefighters are battling the fire that's burned more than 39,000 acres.
It is 20 percent contained and has the potential to burn all summer.