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Home owners and fire crews sift through the remnants of a home that was destroyed by the fire in Herriman, Utah on Monday, Sept. 20, 2010. 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. The fire moved back on itself Monday as the Utah National Guard acknowledged it wasn't the first time that live-fire exercises had sparked a fire at Camp Williams, a sprawling compound 30 miles south of Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Scott G Winterton, Pool)
Photo by: Scott G. Winterton
Home owners and fire crews sift through the remnants of a home that was destroyed by the fire in Herriman, Utah on Monday, Sept. 20, 2010. 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. The fire moved back on itself Monday as the Utah National Guard acknowledged it wasn't the first time that live-fire exercises had sparked a fire at Camp Williams, a sprawling compound 30 miles south of Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Scott G Winterton, Pool)

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