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Cause of Bulldog Fire Determined

Cause of Bulldog Fire Determined

Posted - Jul. 10, 2003 at 5:14 p.m.



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Investigators have determined the cause of the large fire continuing to burn in South Central Utah today.

One investigator says a spark from a four-wheeler started the blaze, which has now burned 65-hundred acres in the mountains near Hanksville.

A national response team still has not been able to contain the fire due to shifting winds and dangerous conditions.

Several structures remain threatened including a communications tower that provides phone service to the town of Caineville.

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