Snyder Creek Fire

Many of us this week saw the smoke to the south, as another Colorado wildfire burned near Kenosha Pass. The Snyder Creek fire, in Park County about three miles south of Kenosha pass was first spotted on Sunday morning, and gained strength as it was fueled by forty-mile-per-hour winds. In addition to the wind, our firefighters have had to contend with very dry conditions as most of the state is under an extreme fire danger warning. But in spite of these challenges, day by day the fire has become more contained due to the skill and efficiency of our firefighters. Thank you for keeping our communities safe!

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