Officials say the fire was 100 percent contain on Sunday, September 3.
The Bountiful Summer Wood Fire has burned an estimated 75 acres and is about 25 percent contained. Investigators have determined the fire was human-caused.
Homeowners in the Summerwood neighborhood say they feel more comfortable Wednesday, but Tuesday night was chaotic.
BOUNTIFUL (ABC4 Utah News) - Nervous residents of the Summerwood subdivision prepared to evacuate Tuesday night as a fast moving brush fire burned near their homes.
The fire was first spotted around 4:39 Tuesday afternoon. By 9 pm it had grown to 150 acres.
Forest Service Public Information Officer Kim Osborn said it brought a multi-agency response.
"Right now we have an air attack which guides all of our air resources," Osborn said. " We have one heavy air tanker. We have 5 to 6 single engine air tankers, the small ones. We've got one helicopter en route. We've got three Forest Service engines, a heli-tac crew, multiple engines from South Davis Metro, from Farmington Fire Department, Layton, Fire Department, Kaysville Fire Department."
Just before 7 pm, Bountiful Police told Summerwood residents to be ready to leave.
"We are sending out a Code Red 911 reverse call," Lt. Troy Kilian of the Bountiful Police Department said. "We are telling all the residents to stay in place but be ready to evacuate if necessary."
Osborn said the outcome of the fire depended on the strength and direction of the wind.
"It is currently burning away from the homes," Osborn said. "We are concerned later when we get the down canyon winds about the fire coming back toward the houses. We do have a lot of structure protection engines in place so we're preparing for that."
Osborn said the plan was to pull the 30 firefighters off the line late Tuesday evening so they could camp overnight at North Canyon Park and resume fighting the fire at dawn.
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