Boulder Fire

September 6, 2010 by staff 

Boulder Fire, The day was already going to be busy in Black Hawk casinos such as Ameristar Casino Resort, but after word of the fire traveled around Boulder, the day got even better for Ameristar. Nancy Eagan and her husband decided to leave Boulder for the day and try your luck at the casino.

“We woke up this morning and were planning to barbecue, but when we saw the news of the fire, we changed our plans,” said Eagan. “So I came here Ameristar Casino) and spend the day playing the slot machines. We’re probably going to dinner here, then return home later tonight.”

At the time of the Eagan home, fire should be a thing of the past. Strong winds are credited with sparking the fire, and emergency teams have been working to stop the fire all afternoon. Several buildings have been destroyed, but no injuries have been reported so far.

Evacuation centers have been created and filed dozens of residents in schools from this afternoon, according to The Associated Press. Roads have been closed as emergency units attempt not only to control the fire, but some of the tasks of cleaning the buildings and structures have been destroyed.

In Black Hawk, the game went on holiday as usual. The Eagan was only a few of the thousands of players who had presented the city’s casinos. Colorado casinos have become a popular destination area for travelers who want to enjoy the beauty of Colorado and have the casino option available.
Boulder Fire broke out this morning in Colorado threw a wrench into the Labor Day plans of many people in the state. Although the fire was contained by the afternoon, many residents used fire as a reason to travel to the Black Hawk casinos.

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