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CSU Mountain Campus spared so far from Cameron Peak fire

Denver Post Saturday, 10 October 2020 ()
A host of sprinklers, hoses and pumps throughout the campus have been successful in keeping the fire from burning any structures, said Cass Cairns, spokeswoman for the Cameron Peak fire efforts.
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