Hundreds Evacuated As Crews Battle Human-Caused Wildfire Near Boulder

 Monday, March 20, 2017

 FOX News

Firefighters were able to contain about half of a small but potentially dangerous wildfire just west of downtown Boulder, Colorado, that forced hundreds to flee and sent up thick plumes of black smoke. Boulder County Sheriff’s Cmdr. Mike Wagner said the blaze may be human-caused and that hikers and transient campers frequent the area where it erupted — a wooded, mountainous place a couple of miles from Pearl Street, the shopping and dining hub in the heart of the university city. Officials ruled out any lightning strikes or downed power lines, Wagner said. The fire started in the Sunshine Canyon area, which is dotted with expensive homes and rustic mountain residences.
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