LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Firefighters were busy Tuesday night working to put out two fires apparently started by lightning west of Loveland.
There is an east and west fire burning on a ridge just north of Flatiron Reservoir. Both fires are being called the Bear Track Fire. Units on scene on the west fire say it’s 50 yards wide and had been traveling at a low speed.
Both fires are in very difficult terrain but not threatening any homes and there are no plans for any evacuations.
Thirty firefighters were on scene.
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