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GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, AZ (CBS5) -
Monsoon storms have decreased fire dangers in the Grand Canyon and prompted park officials to lift fire restrictions.
Starting Tuesday, July 8 at 8 a.m., fire managers will lift the ban on all wood burning and charcoal fires.
The National Park Service reminds park visitors to still take the following precautions:
Before going hiking or camping, check for fire restrictions and closures in the area. Direct your inquiries to the agency that manages the public lands you are visiting.
If you are a smoker, smoke only on paved surfaces or in an enclosed vehicle; and never toss cigarette butts on the ground. Use an ashtray or pack cigarette butts out in your pocket.
If you are using a portable stove, be careful to set the stove up in an area void of fuels and be careful to prevent the stove from tipping over.
Campfires should not be left unattended and should be completely extinguished when leaving your campsite. Consider alternatives to campfires.
Practice "Leave No Trace" principles, including packing out all burned materials.
If you are driving on unpaved roads, be careful of parking or driving your vehicle in tall, dry vegetation. Hot vehicle parts may start a fire.
If you see smoke or fire, note the location and report it to authorities. Do NOT attempt to put out a fire by yourself.
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