'We were lucky': Thousands of evacuees head home as crews battle Utah County fires
Ten days after evacuation orders forced them from their homes as wildfires raged in the mountains nearby, about 4,000 people were allowed back into the communities of Elk Ridge and Woodland Hills Saturday. The Elk Ridge homeowner of more than 20 years and her grandsons hauled documents, pictures in frames and her grandmother's sewing machine out of a trailer and back into her home on Saturday.
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