Fire updates: More evacuations ordered as Sanpete County fire grows


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INDIANOLA, Sanpete County — The Hill Top fire in Sanpete County destroyed two structures overnight and forced 350 people to evacuate their homes.

The newly sparked Hill Top Fire had burned an estimated 1,000 acres as of Monday night, fire officials say.

Meanwhile, the Coal Hollow Fire in Utah County burned another 1,200 acres Monday and continues to threaten U.S. 6, according to Manti-La Sal National Forest officials.

This article will be updated throughout the day with information on all the fires burning throughout Utah.

Tuesday, 04:46pm

More evacuations ordered for Hill Top Fire (southeast of Indianola, Sanpete County)

Tuesday, 04:32pm

Hill Top Fire (southeast of Indianola, Sanpete County) grows to 1,400 acres

Tuesday, 04:00pm

New fire sparks in Carbon County, but officials say it's not a threat to structures

Tuesday, 12:43pm

Hill Top Fire (southeast of Indianola, Sanpete County) deemed "human-caused"

Tuesday, 11:20am

Pre-evacuation notices ordered due to Hill Top Fire in Sanpete County

Tuesday, 10:37am

Coal Hollow Fire (southeast of Spanish Fork) burns another 1K acres

Tuesday, 10:01am

Jardine Fire (near Mount Jardine, Cache County) now 75 percent contained

Tuesday, 09:21am

Hill Top Fire (southeast of Indianola, Sanpete County) burns 2 structures overnight, threatens more than 150 others

Tuesday, 07:42am

FEMA authorizes funds to pay for Hill Top Fire in Sanpete County

Tuesday, 06:45am

Hill Top Fire in Sanpete County destroys some structures

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Carter Williams is a reporter who covers general news, local government, outdoors, history and sports for KSL.com.

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