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Topic - Hank Mcintire
A wildfire burning on a Utah military installation has officials concerned about the potential it could spread to an area littered with thousands of unexploded shells, which could still detonate.
A wind-stoked wildfire sparked at a firing range during a National Guard training session blazed across thousands of acres Monday as crews rushed to keep it from burning more than four homes that were destroyed overnight.
Lt. Col. Hank McIntire of the Utah National Guard told CNS News that the mechanical bull is regularly used as a tool by recruiters at fairs and other events, and the last one was broken beyond repair.
Utah National Guard spokesman Lt. Col. Hank McIntire said Wednesday the wildfire was moving away from an artillery practice area, but it has previously gotten as close as a few hundred yards.