2 Grass Fires Break Out Near Hudson
HUDSON, Colo. (CBS4) – Two small grass fires broke out in Weld County on Saturday.
The two fires started at around 2 p.m. just south of Hudson.
The Hudson Fire Department says a total of 10 acres burned. Fire officials suspect fireworks might have caused the fires.
The investigation is still ongoing.
Latest Wildfire Reports
- Wildfire Danger Continues To Grow In Colorado
- Rifle Range Fire In Grand County 80 Percent Contained
- ‘The Wind Is Not Helping’ The Stubborn Rifle Range Fire In Grand County
- Wildfire Haze In Colorado Could Stick Around For Weeks
- Brush Fire In Byers Canyon In Grand County Grows To 568 Acres
- Tossed Cigarette Believed To Have Caused Grass Fire Near Golden
– Visit CBSDenver.com’s Wildfire Resources section.
Wildfire Photo Galleries