As the bomb squad worked to secure James Holmes’ apartment, the Red Cross provided shelter for 83 people, including 43 children who were forced to leave their homes.
Some evacuees from the Waldo Canyon Fire are returning home to find they were burglarized.
Homeowners returned to their neighborhoods Sunday morning to see the destruction first hand in the wake of the Waldo Canyon Fire.
One Waldo Canyon Fire evacuee recorded her emotional journey as she was driving out of her neighborhood before her home was destroyed by flames.
At least 10,000 people remain evacuated from the Waldo Canyon Fire burning in Colorado Springs. Some 7,000 evacuees will be allowed home at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Full containment of the High Park Fire is expected this weekend, possibly as early as Saturday night, as fire crews make progress on the fire burning west of Fort Collins.
Several neighborhoods evacuated for the Waldo Canyon Fire burning in Colorado Springs were allowed to return home Thursday evening.
The American Red Cross wants the public to know that they have plenty of room for people who are evacuated because of the Waldo Canyon Fire and needing a place to stay.
There are 32,000 people displaced from the Waldo Canyon Fire burning in Colorado Springs. That’s more than evacuation shelters can handle.
More evacuees from the High Park Fire learned Friday afternoon that their homes had been lost to the massive fire.
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