Fisher Creek fireplace south of Glenwood Springs prompts evacuations


A brand new wildfire has prompted evacuations south of Glenwood Springs.
The Fisher Creek fireplace was reported at about Four p.m. Wednesday burning within the Spring Valley space, in accordance with the Carbondale & Rural Fireplace Safety District.
The hearth, at about 200 acres, is rising rapidly, the hearth division mentioned: “Excessive Aspen Residences, Coulter Ranch and Homestead Estates are being evacuated.”
An evacuation heart has been arrange at Roaring Fork Excessive Faculty, 2270 CO-133, Carbondale.
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