Structure fire in Summit County burns down three barns
SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — North Summit Fire extinguished a structure fire that burnt down three barns Sunday evening.
According to a Facebook post from North Summit Fire Service District, the fire seems to have started in a barn. Following this, it spread to two others. North Summit Fire says each of the three structures is a complete loss.
North Summit Fire says hot and dry conditions contributed to the growth of the structure fire, which burned three acres before being contained.
No injuries resulted from the fire.
The cause of the blaze is currently under investigation.
Editor’s note: This story has been updated to clarify location.
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