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DRAPER -- Wildfires in the Corner Canyon area could have a lasting effect on Draper residents.
The National Weather Service released its final report on conditions in Corner Canyon.
It revealed the area burned by a wildfire last August has the potential to produce more debris over the next 2-3 years. That debris could present a threat to nearby neighborhoods.
The amount of flooding will depend on how much rain falls in the area each year.