The Bureau of Indian Affairs Forestry and Wildland Fire-Uintah & Ouray Agency announced Sunday the details of a fire on the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation. The Horsecorn Fire is approximately 60 miles South/Southwest of Vernal and as of Sunday evening was estimated at 200 to 250 acres. At that time there were 10 smokejumpers on scene and multiple large air tankers and single engine air tankers made drops Sunday to slow the western spread of the fire. On scene were three fire engines, one water tender, and two Wildland Fire Modules with one Type 1 Hot Shot crew and one type 2 hand crew on their way. BIA is the lead Agency with help from the US Forest Service, BLM and Uintah County Fire. This incident is believed to be lightning caused. No containment or control has been reported and there have been no injuries.