Colorado Wildfires 2012
March 27, 2012 by staff
Colorado Wildfires 2012, Investigators were trying to determine what killed a person whose body was found amid a Colorado wildfire that destroyed at least five homes in the mountains southwest of Denver. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department didn’t immediately release the victim’s name or any other details.
The body was found late Monday after the wind-driven wildfire spread across more than 4½ square miles in a matter of hours.
The fire was initially only about five acres — roughly four football fields — when it was reported at midday Monday. The Denver Post reports that it covered 3,000 acres by Monday night.
“We have lost some homes now. … Could be more than five, could be more than 10, could be more than 20; we just don’t know,” Jacki Kelley, a spokeswoman for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office told the Denver Post.
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