Crews work to contain the Rock Path Fire in Millard and Beaver counties

Utah Wildfires

Courtesy: Utah Fire Info

UPDATE 06/30: As of Tuesday afternoon, the Rock Path Fire has burned about 21,941 acres. Remaining fire crews are strengthening control lines using hand-crews around the perimeter of the fire. Crews are continuing to conduct mop-up operations.

The fire is 90 percent contained.


Utah (ABC4 News) – Officials with Utah Fire Info are working to contain a wildfires in Millard and Beaver Counties.

Officials say the Rock Path Fire was started by lightning.

Crews conducted a burn-out operation to combine the two fires into one. The Combined total for the Rock Path Fire is approximately 20,941 acres, and is 75% contained.

There is a current Red Flag Warning in place that has the potential for wind-driven fire running through grasses with short spotting.

Officials say there is a total of 298 personnel working to control the fire. Crews and resources include three hotshot crews, five Type II hand crews, air attack, lead plane, one helicopter, one dozer, five engines, and four water tenders.

There are not current evacuations.

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