JUAB COUNTY, Utah — Officials say the Goat Springs Fire in Juab County has been 95% contained as of Tuesday morning. Crews will continue with "mopping up & begin rehabbing efforts," according to Utah Fire Info.
#GoatSpringsFire is 95% contained. The local unit resumed command of the fire today. Mop up & rehab work will continue through the week. Smoke may still be visible within the surrounding area of the fire. This will be the last update unless significant changes occur.— Utah Fire Info (@UtahWildfire) June 1, 2021
The fire, which has burned over 400 acres, began Friday along the Juab and Tooele County lines. Authorities believe the wildfire was human-caused and an investigation is underway.
Fire crews were able to get control of the wildfire Saturday, improving lines to prevent the spread.
Two cabins were destroyed in the fire.