Crews have contained the Green Fire within Dinosaur National Monument. A campground and several roads were closed after the fire took off on the Utah side of the Monument Thursday afternoon. According to Monument Chief of Visitor Services Dan Johnson, the fire was called in about4:30pm and National Park Service, BLM, the Jensen Fire Department, and a helicopter from Rifle were all part of the firefighting effort. The fire was originally reported at 40 acres but, fanned by winds, the fire grew to approximately 184 acres. Thanks to the quick response of fire crews, people and property at the Green River Campground and adjacent private property were protected. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.