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(KSL News) -- Wildfires in Southern Utah knocked out power to thousands of people, but it's been restored.
A Utah Power spokesman tells KS L the fire in Dammeron Valley burned down at least two power poles. Because of that, about 46-hundred people in Southern Utah had no power for a while.
There are still other outages, unrelated to the fire, tonight. About two thousand people up north in Hooper, Roy, and West Haven have no power.
About three hundred people in the Draper-Bluffdale area have no power.
No word yet on what caused those outages, but electricians hope to restore all power overnight.