Loveland Fire in Colorado Photos?

The Flatiron fire burning northwest of Loveland has forced the mandatory evacuation of lots of homes within a 4-mile radius of Pinewood Reservoir in Colorado.
Where can I see photos or a video of the Loveland fire?

The fire quickly grew from 40 acres to more than 600 acres by Sunday afternoon.
A spokesman with the Loveland Fire Department said there was an unspecificed number of evacuations and at least 100 homes may be threatened.
Has the fire been stopped by now? What is the damage report for Loveland?

asked by Solid in Geography | 4501 views | 09-13-2010 at 01:33 AM

Firefighters have not yet gained any containment. The fire continues to burn unabated on steep ridges covered in dry grass and timber between Pinewood and Flatiron reservoirs, according to Loveland fire officials.
Residents of the Bitterroot Gulch, Quillen Gulch Road, Sawmill Road and Bone Elk Road neighborhoods near Loveland have been ordered to evacuate their homes.
At least one structure has been damaged, the city of Loveland said in a statement.
The Red Cross established a shelter at the Church at Loveland for displaced residents. About 30 people have so far checked into the shelter. An overflow shelter will be set up at Walt Clark Middle School in Loveland if need be.

Photos of the Loveland fire in Colorado.

Loveland Colorado fire

Colorado Fire

answered by Camp | 09-13-2010 at 01:34 AM

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