Wolf Fire In Moffat County 90 Percent Contained

ELK SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) – A wildfire burning in steep terrain in Moffat County is 90 percent contained.

Fire officials say they hope to fully contain the Wolf Fire by the end of the day Wednesday.

The wildfire south of Elk Springs is burning on about 6,100 acres, or about nine square miles. No homes are threatened.

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