Crews Gain More Control Over West Fork Complex Fire

CREEDE, Colo. (CBS4) – Fire crews are slowly getting control of the West Fork Complex Fire in southwest Colorado.

The fire has grown to more than 170 square miles and is 25 percent contained. The blaze burned a pump house east of the Rio Grande Reservoir. No other structures have been damaged.

The fire is burning between the cities of Creede, South Fork and Pagosa Springs.

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