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Cameron Peak Fire Turns Sky Orange Near Fort Collins

Cameron Peak Fire Turns Sky Orange Near Fort Collins

The Cameron Peak Fire in northern Colorado turned into the skies orange in neighboring communities because it climbed to over 96,000 Falls on September 7, according to reports. At September 8, that the flame had been 102,596 Falls, fire police said. The footage, listed in the Horsetooth Reservoir near Fort Collinsthat reveals smoke blocking out sunlight and also an orange haze across the region. Journalists and sailors captured similar perspectives nearby. The fire climbed towards high temperatures within the Labor Day weekend, also resulting in new evacuation orders. Temperatures dropped radically over Monday night, but, and snow has been listed in the region, according to officers. Charge: Ivan Soltero Loya through Storyful

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