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Wildfire updates: Structures threatened, evacuations ordered in San Juan County as Pack Creek Fire spreads

The Bear Fire is seen burning about 4 miles northwest of Helper in Carbon County on Wednesday, June 9, 2021.

The Bear Fire is seen burning about 4 miles northwest of Helper in Carbon County on Wednesday, June 9, 2021. (Jason Porter, BLM, via Utah Fire Info)



SALT LAKE CITY — Here are the latest updates on wildfires burning across the state of Utah.

This story will be updated throughout the day with the most current information on all the fires in the state.

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Wednesday, 10:30 pm

Pack Creek Fire in San Juan threatens homes, evacuations ordered

Wednesday, 08:56 pm

Stage 1 fire restrictions placed in effect for all state lands and private lands outside city limits

Wednesday, 08:37 pm

Bennion Creek Fire near Price is 25% contained

Wednesday, 08:19 pm

Fire in San Juan County estimated at 120 acres

Wednesday, 07:41 pm

Bear Fire reaches U.S. 6, highway closed in both directions

Wednesday, 05:48 pm

Dominion Energy issues statement about East Canyon Fire investigation in Morgan County

Wednesday, 05:22 pm

New fire in San Juan County threatens one structure

Wednesday, 04:48 pm

East Canyon Fire is 45% contained

Wednesday, 03:23 pm

1700 S. 900 West fire under control

Wednesday, 03:05 pm

Evacuations lifted for East Canyon Fire in Morgan County

Wednesday, 02:23 pm

Bear Fire in Carbon County now estimated at 3,500 acres

Wednesday, 10:42 am

East Canyon Fire in Morgan County now 835 acres, 0% contained; evacuations still in place

Wednesday, 10:40 am

Campfires, target shooting banned at Utah wildlife management areas

Wednesday, 10:38 am

Mammoth Fire in Garfield County now 14% contained

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