6400 Fire Destroys Structures in Utah

Several structures destroyed

 

 

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FRUITLAND, Utah — FOX 13 reports that the 6400 Fire, formerly named the Fruitland Church Fire, has burned at least 225 acres and is 50 percent contained.

One home and two other structures have been destroyed.

Two more homes were damaged. Twenty-four other structures were threatened.

 

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Several structures destroyed     Wildland Firefighter FRUITLAND, Utah — FOX 13 reports that the 6400 Fire, formerly named the Fruitland Church Fire, has burned at least 225 acres and is 50 percent contained. One home and two other structures have been destroyed. Two more homes were damaged. Twenty-four other structures were threatened.   See […]

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