SOUTHERN UTAH -- Crews working the Brian Head Fire said Friday that firefighters risked their lives to save dozens of cabins and homes in the Panguitch Lake area. The fast-moving, erratic blaze is proving it's not one to be tamed. The 33,000 acre fire has burned down more than a dozen cabins and several outbuildings. Garfield County Sheriff Danny Perkins said they've evacuated 600 homes in the area of the fire. "It's just going in a lot of different directions, it's really a mess," he said.
UPDATE: As of Thursday night just before 9 p.m., the Brian Head Fire has grown to an estimated 17,294 acres and is 5 percent contained. That total is up from the 11,000 acres reported earlier in the day, and containment has fallen from 15 to 5 percent. Fox 13's Lauren Steinbrecher is in Panguitch, which is near the fire. See the video above for her live report. GARFIELD Â COUNTY, Utah - Authorities have closed Highway 143 from Panguitch to Parowan for the Brian Head fire.
SANDY, Utah -- Unified Police have identified a man they say died after falling hundreds of feet while trail running in the Lone Peak area. It's a busy Father Day's weekend, and his death is a solemn reminder of the dangers lurking in Utah's outdoors. "We're going for a hike up Bell Canyon," said Bryant Regehr. "We're going to go to the lake I think," Stephanie Regehr added. "Kids all saw the helicopter going up and they said, 'that's a bad sign,'" James Scott Stevens said.
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