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Calwood fire Saturday PM update from Boulder County Sheriff's Office

Video Credit: 7News - The Denver Channel - Duration: 07:14s - Published
Calwood fire Saturday PM update from Boulder County Sheriff's Office
Calwood fire Saturday PM update from Boulder County Sheriff's Office

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Mac Kobza Live update now The wildfire that started Saturday in Boulder County has burned 9,978 acres and is 21% contained. https://t.co/WK5MxrDAXK 6 days ago

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Leslie Hudson RT @MyRadarWX: The Calwood Fire has been raging for just over 24 hours and has charred nearly 9,000 acres. The fire spread quickly after st… 1 week ago

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Cedar Falls Waterloo Lefthand Canyon Fire grows to 242 acres, forces evacuations in Boulder County foothills - The Daily Camera: * Lefth… https://t.co/ElrtQ1e6Tj 1 week ago

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