Four out of the Five recent wildfires in southwest Utah are still burning. The largest of the group, which was the Turkey Farm Road Fire, is believed to have been started by fireworks and burned nearly 12-thousand acres, but is 100-percent contained.

Officials say the Cottonwood Trail Fire that started on Sunday is at least 50-percent contained, while the Veyo West Fire that has been burning since last week is over 90-percent contained.

The two other fires outside of Washington County are still blazing with the Strawberry Fire that started Monday, which is technically 0-percent contained and the Big Summit Fire as it's at least 62-percent contained.

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