Huge Colorado fire jumps river, prompting new evacs

 Friday, June 15, 2012

 CBS News

As firefighters in northern Colorado make progress against one part of a huge wildfire, the flames keep spreading to other areas. That’s leading to new evacuations, but the situation was getting a little better Friday morning. Although the numbers were improving, officials say the fire is proving to be both stubborn and unpredictable, reports Rick Sallinger of CBS Denver station KCNC-TV.Containment was growing in some areas of the High Park fire, but in one section, it jumped a river, triggering a new round of evacuations.
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