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Evacuations Remain in Place for People near the Dakota Hills Complex Fire

Evacuations Remain in Place for People near the Dakota Hills Complex Fire



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(KSL News) The Dakota Hills Complex fire continues to threatened homes.

Mandatory evacuations were ordered yesterday for the North Fork Road area, east of Zion National Park. About 350 people were forced to evacuate, and there is no word on when they will be able to return home.

The community of Chamberlin Ranch remains threatened. For more on evacuation information, call 435-644-2667. Lightning sparked this fire on July 16. It has scorched more than 9,400 acres and is 5 percent contained.

Evacuations Remain in Place for People near the Dakota Hills Complex Fire

Paradise Fire has burned more than 5,000 acres and is zero percent contained. The Hamblin Valley area was evacuated. Call 435-865-4668 for more information.

The Radio fire is burning southwest of St. George. More than 8,700 acres have been burned. Firefighters have this fire 50 percent contained.

The Monarch fire is also 50 percent contained. It is burning on the north end of the Lakeside Mountains in Tooele County. No word on when this fire will be fully contained.

And the Kimbell Fire is threatening several homes and a business. The fire is 45 percent contained and has blackened about 7,500 acres.

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