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Hundreds return home after massive wildfire forced them out

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News video: Hundreds return home after massive wildfire forced them outCrews have been battling flames near Boulder, Colo., to stop the "Sunshine Fire" from spreading. There have been no injuries and investigators believe it was likely caused by campers. Tom Mustin from CBS Denver joins CBSN with the latest.

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