Brush fire damages cabin in Scare Canyon, burns two acres with 30 percent containment

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Update: As of Monday evening, the fire in Scare canyon has burned a total of two acres, and is 30 percent contained.

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CACHE COUNTY, Utah — Crews have contained a brush fire that burned a shed and damaged a cabin in Scare Canyon Monday.

Jason Winn, a Fire Marshal with Cache County Fire, said the fire began around 10 a.m. in the Scare Canyon area.

An outbuilding was burned and a cabin sustained some damage.

No one was evacuated, and the fire is now contained. Winn said the spot is more of a weekend destination so there weren’t many, if any, people in the vicinity when the fire began.

The cause of the fire is under investigation. No injuries were reported.

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