DUCK CREEK, Kane County — A fast-moving wildfire near Duck Creek Village has spurred the evacuation of four subdivisions and continues to grow.

"This is a very fluid fire. It's got a lot of fuel in which to burn from," inter-agency fire information officer Mark Wilkening said of the Shingle Fire.

The Shingle Fire started Sunday in Shingle Mill Canyon and quickly burned about 500 acres, causing a mandatory evacuation order for the Swains Creek and Stout Canyons subdivisions in the Dixie National Forest. The subdivisions of Harris Flat and Elk Ridge were evacuated Monday, and campers in the Uinta Flat were encouraged to relocate and told to expect evacuation soon.

A type 2 incident management team has been called into battle the blaze.

Shingle Fire

Where: Kane County, 6 miles south of Duck Creek Village

Size: 3,000 acres and growing

Containment: 0 percent

Structures: Several structures were being secured by firefighters Monday; 850 threatened

Evacuations: Evacuations in effect for Swains Creek, Stout Canyon, Harris Flat and Elk Ridge Subdivisions. State Route 14 is closed from Mammoth Junction to U.S. 89, as well as numerous Forest Service road closures in the fire area. People camping in Uinta Flat have been advised to leave but have not been ordered to evacuate.

Started: 3:38 p.m. July 1

Cause: Human; under investigation


Millville Canyon Fire

Where: Cache County, Millville Canyon

Size: 109 acres

Containment: Expected to be fully contained by 10 p.m. Monday

Structures: None threatened

Evacuations: None

Started: July 1

Cause: Target shooting


Rose Crest Fire

Where: Rose Canyon, Herriman

Size: 611 acres

Containment: 100 percent

Structures: Four homes were destroyed and two others were damaged, along with numerous smaller structures.

Evacuations: All evacuations were lifted for the Rose Crest Fire at 6 p.m. Saturday.

Started: Friday 3:30 p.m.

Cause: Hot car parked on dry grass.


Clay Springs Fire

Where: Millard County, Oak City

Size: 102,700 acres

Containment: 48 percent

Structures: None threatened.

Evacuations: None.

Started: 2:15 p.m. June 27

Cause: Human; under investigation


Seeley Fire

Where: Sanpete County, Huntington Canyon and Gentry Mountain.

Size: 33,410 acres

Containment: 10 percent

Structures: None threatened

Evacuations: Miller's Flat was evacuated Monday. Evacuations in Hiawatha, Wattis and Clear Creek remain in effect. The Boy Scout camp at Scofield Reservoir and all boat camps and state park campgrounds are still evacuated. State Route 31 is closed from Fairview to Huntington; U.S. 96 from state Route 6 to state Route 284 and Miller's Flat Road from Scad Valley to state Route 31 are also closed. The evacuation of the town of Scofield has been lifted to permanent residents, by permit only.

Started: 5:30 a.m. June 26

Cause: Dry lightning


Church Camp Fire

Where: Duchesne County, Argyle and Indian canyons, 22 miles south of Duchesne

Size: 5,950 acres

Containment: 60 percent; full containment expected around July 15.

Structures: An estimated 14 cabins or other residences and 69 additional structures have been destroyed. No structures have been razed in past 96 hours.

Evacuations: All residences/cabins on Argyle Canyon Road have been evacuated; U.S. 191 over Indian Canyon remains open, but visibility is low due to heavy smoke and fire personnel frequently crossing.

Started: Midnight June 24

Cause: Under investigation; likely human caused


Wood Hollow Fire

Where: Sanpete County

Size: 47,400 acres

Containment: 100 percent

Structures: 52 homes were destroyed; 160 total structures destroyed.

Evacuations: All evacuations were lifted by Saturday.

Fatalities: 1 person found dead on June 26.

Started: 4:30 p.m. June 24

Cause: Under investigation; possibly due to copper wiring theft in the area that caused a transmitter to short circuit


Pole Creek Fire

Where: Duchesne County, Neola

Size: 2,028 acres

Containment: 75 percent; total containment expected by Tuesday

Structures: None threatened

Evacuations: None

Started: 3:20 p.m. June 27

Cause: Under investigation; likely human caused; fireworks found in the area.


Wolf Den Fire

Where:  Uintah county, 4 miles north of Big Park

Size: 16,000 acres

Containment: 5 percent

Structures: None threatened

Evacuations: None

Started: 1:30 p.m. Friday

Cause: Under investigation; possibly dry lighting.

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