Rain fell on the fire Tuesday night; it was not threatening any structures. Crews expected to contain the fire by 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Meanwhile, a fire in a Salt Lake City municipal mulch storage pit reignited Tuesday night, a day after it first broke out.
The green waste storage pit likely had been smoldering Tuesday at 1790 W. Indiana Ave. (850 South) since a fire there was put out Monday night, said Salt Lake City fire spokesman Jasen Asay. As the mulch rekindled in the 200-by-300-foot pit, the water may have dried in the heat. Crews extinguished the fire about 9:30 p.m.
The fire was deemed to have been caused naturally probably by lightning strikes reported in the area Monday night, Asay said.
An unrelated brush fire was burning about 6:45 p.m. along Interstate 215 West, southbound, near State Road 201. It was put out quickly, dispatchers confirmed.