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Fire destroys cabin home in Duck Creek Village; losses estimated at $2M

Scene of a structure fire at Duck Creek Village, Utah, May 2, 2021. ONE TIME USE ONLY

(Cedar Mountain Fire Protection District, St. George News, Cedar City News)


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CEDAR CITY — A large cabin home in Duck Creek Village was destroyed in a structure fire late Sunday night.

Adam Scott, deputy fire chief for Cedar Mountain Fire Protection District, said the initial call reporting the fire came in at 10:08 p.m.

The first engine arrived on scene four minutes later, at 10:12 p.m., he added, noting that the two-story structure was "fully involved" in flames when responding crews arrived.

Scott said there was one resident inside the home at the time and she was able to evacuate safely.

Read the full article at St. George News.

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