MILLARD COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – Officials say the tractor fire in Millard County is now 100% contained.
The final size of the fire was two acres, according to wildfire authorities.
State Route 132 has since been reopened to drivers.
ORIGINAL STORY: New fire start causes temporary road closures in Millard County
FRIDAY 6/11/21 4:49 p.m.
MILLARD COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – Roads have been temporarily shut down after a new fire started in Millard County Friday.
Fire crews quickly caught a tractor fire burning in Millard County Friday along SR-132 at milepost 1, officials say.
According to authorities on the scene, the one-acre fire is currently being mopped up by crews.
New Start: Resources quickly caught & are now mopping up the 1-acre #TractorFire in Millard Co. along SR-132 at mm 1. SR-132 is temporarily closed both directions for firefighter safety, a shuttle is being used to allow some traffic through. No threats, human-caused. #ffslkw— Utah Fire Info (@UtahWildfire) June 11, 2021
SR-132 is temporarily closed in both directions for firefighter safety, with a shuttle being used to allow some traffic through, fire officials say.
Authorities believe the fire was human-caused and say there are no threats at this time.