The blaze in northern Utah, which began Thursday, has burned more than 500 acres, with zero percent currently contained.

Iran PressAmerica: Nearly 100 crew members are reported to be battling a fire in Utah, which began near the town of Daniel in Wasatch County on Thursday.

"Firefighters worked late into the night to help secure the areas behind the homes in Daniel and secure portions of the fireline in Big Hollow canyon around the heel of the fire," Wasatch County Fire confirmed in a post on Friday on its official Facebook account.

"The blaze burned more than 500 acres, with zero percent currently contained. It was reported to be a human-caused fire and is under investigation by the Wasatch County Sheriff's Office," Wasatch County Fire confirmed.

A 90-person crew was reported to be at the scene, supported by helicopters and other aircraft, Wasatch County Fire noted.

Several single-engine tankers were deployed to drop water on the fire.

"Mandatory evacuations, issued Thursday night for Little Sweden Road from 1200 East to Daniels Road, were lifted later in the evening with the expectation that the homeowners must be ready to leave at a moment's notice if fire conditions change," Wasatch County Fire warned in its Facebook post.  207/214

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