Neck Fire Burning On 3,500 Acres North Of Cedar City
LUND, Utah – A new wildfire has burned an estimated 3,500 acres in Iron County.
The Neck Fire was reported Thursday evening about 15 miles west of Lund, Utah, or about 30 miles north of Cedar City.
It was 0% contained and officials have not determined a cause.
Officials said multiple resources have already responded to the area.
Sagebrush and grass were fueling the fire and no closures have been reported.
In Tooele County, the Green Ravine Fire grew to 2,117 acres and was 80% contained as of Thursday afternoon.
The Snoqualmie Fire, which was burning near Layton, has burned 128 acres and was 75% contained.
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