ROCKY RIDGE, Juab County — Residents in Rocky Ridge are no longer under evacuation orders as crews work to contain a fire that has burned over 300 acres.
Fire officials said the fire was 20% contained Wednesday night and the flames were moving away from homes as emergency responders continue to fight to contain it.
The fire is burning in the area west of Rocky Ridge in Juab County and started around 3 p.m. Wednesday, prompting some evacuations.
The cause of the fire remains unknown.
The #RockyRidgeFire is now estimated at 250 acres. Additional resources have been ordered and are responding. Structures are threatened and evacuations have been ordered. #ffslkw— Utah Fire Info (@UtahWildfire) June 10, 2020