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Fire updates: No growth reported for Pole Creek, Bald Mountain fires

By Jacob Klopfenstein and Yvette Cruz, KSL.com | Updated - Sep 23rd, 2018 @ 9:28pm | Posted - Sep 23rd, 2018 @ 9:08am


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SALT LAKE CITY — No growth was reported Sunday for two wildfires in Utah County burning just over 120,000 acres, or abut 188 square miles, combined.

As of Sunday evening, the Bald Mountain Fire has burned 18,596 acres and is 33 percent contained, up from 18 percent containment Saturday evening. The nearby Pole Creek Fire saw no change in size from Saturday evening to Sunday evening, holding at 101,423 acres and 41 percent containment, according to Inciweb, an incident information system for wildfires.

Cattle ranchers in Spanish Fork reported devastating losses to their livestock after the Pole Creek Fire swept through Sweat Creek Canyon over the weekend. The fire killed dozens of cows and calves.

A community meeting to discuss the Pole Creek Fire will be held Tuesday at a meetinghouse for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, located at 8000 E. 36500 North in Indianola, officials announced. The meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.

Saturday's fire coverage:

This story will be updated throughout the day with the latest wildfire information from across the state.

Sunday, 08:56pm

Community meeting scheduled to discuss Pole Creek Fire updates

Sunday, 06:35pm

Murdock Fire 50 percent contained

Sunday, 06:28pm

Slate Fire grows to 584 acres

Sunday, 09:08am

Fires could impact Sanpete County community, but no evacuations yet

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