Firefighters have reportedly made significant progress on the Big Hollow Fire that was started on Thursday just south of Daniel, Utah.
As of Friday evening, the human-caused blaze was 22% contained. Updated mapping now shows it has burned 418 acres.
As of Saturday afternoon, the fire was reportedly 76% contained.
containment on #BigHollowFire is now at 76%. Transitioning to a smaller type 4 fire tomorrow morning.— Utah Fire Info (@UtahWildfire) July 18, 2020
Ground crews will continue to build new containment lines, secure established control lines, and extinguish hot spots on Saturday.
Additional support will be provided by aircraft, and local law enforcement will be posted at access roads.