Favorable Weather Helps Limit Spread of Reignited Wildfire in Utah

Favorable weather conditions helped limit the spread of a reignited wildfire in Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park on June 20, according to the National Park Service.

Footage released on Monday shows a firefighting helicopter and smoke visible from Rainbow Point mountain peak.

The fire, which first broke out in May, was at 2,608 acres and was 5 percent contained late Monday, officials said. Credit: Bryce Canyon National Park via Storyful

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