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Firefighters Get Control Of Grass Fire That Came Close To Homes In Herriman

(Unified Fire Authority)

HERRIMAN, Utah — Several crews were called out to a grass fire that was threatening homes in Herriman.

Air and ground resources responded to the fire near Rosecrest Road and Maria Way shortly after 12:30 p.m. Friday.

“Over 60 firefighters and 20+ fire apparatus worked hard to protect multiple structures that were directly threatened,” read a tweet from Utah Fire Authority.

About 30 homes were evacuated due to the fast-moving fire, according to officials with Herriman City.

As of 2:43 p.m., evacuated residents and their animals were returning home.

No injuries were reported and no structures were destroyed.

Fire officials said crews will be on scene for the next few hours to take care of any hotspots.

The 7.6-acre fire was determined to be caused by construction workers.

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