2 Taken To Hospital In Brush Fire That Threatened Homes

PARKER, Colo. (CBS4)– A brush fire threatened five homes in Douglas County on Thursday afternoon.

The fire burned in the area of 4660 Bandera Place in Parker just after 3 p.m. It burned approximately 30 acres before firefighters got it fully contained.

Two people were taken to the hospital for injuries suffered in the fire.

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Five homes on Raintree Circle were threatened and residents were advised to evacuate.

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Road closures were also put in place during the firefight.

What caused the fire is being investigated.

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