Volcano Fire near Snow Canyon State Park was started by fireworks, officials say

Southern Utah News

Courtesy: Utah Fire Info

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Update 06/29 – Fire officials said the Volcano Fire is 80% contained Monday and 234 acres. They said the fire was started by fireworks.

According to officials with Utah Fire Info, a new fire is burning in Washington County.

The fire is being called the Volcano Fire and is located near Snow Canyon State Park.

Courtesy: Utah Fire Infp

The fire is currently 20% contained and estimated at 300 acres. The investigation of the cause is on-going.

Fires are burning across the state including the Traverse Fire in Lehi, the Rock Path Fire in Millard County, and the Knolls Fire in Saratoga Springs.

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