Sugarloaf Fire grows to 1,000 acres, ...

Sugarloaf Fire grows to 1,000 acres, but pushing away from Summit County

The Sugarloaf Fire bared its teeth toward Summit County on Thursday night, ballooning from just 200 acres to more than 800 in a matter of hours and inching to within 4.5 miles of the county. But as dawn rose over the smoky, blue sky Friday morning, officials breathed a sigh of relief as wind continued to push the blaze northeast, toward the tree line and away from Summit County.

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