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DENVER: Additional crews have arrived at a wildfire in northern Colorado that has scorched about 85 square miles (220 sq. kilometers) and destroyed at least 181 homes — the most in the state’s history.
More than 1,500 personnel are working on the fire about 15 miles (24 kilometers) west of Fort Collins. The lightning-caused blaze was reported June 9 and was 20 percent contained.
Fire information officer Brett Haberstick says hot and dry weather is expected to continue, but crews have made progress in containing a 200-acre (81-hectare) spot fire north of the Cache La Poudre River, a critical line of defense against northward growth. -- AP