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(KSL News) Fire crews have brought a blaze burring near the town of Stockton under control.
The fire was sparked by lighting last night shortly after 6 pm. Firefighters say that dry conditions and extreme heat had primed the ground to burn.
More than 75 acres burned before the flames were contained by crews fighting from the land and air.
The fire burned some power lines, but no structures were threatened.