HAYDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – A wildfire that broke out near Hayden on Saturday has now burned more than 1,500 acres, but officials say it’s under control.READ MORE: Recent Crashes Involving Semis On I-70 Prompt CDOT To Make Major Adjustment To Summit County Roadwork
The Steamboat Today reported that Routt County Sheriff Garrett Wiggins said the Cog Fire burned about 800 acres on Saturday, but it had grown.
“I think we have a pretty good grip on it,” Wiggins told the newspaper.
According to Wiggins, about eight to 10 homes were threatened by the fire and some residents, along with some livestock had to be evacuated.READ MORE: Sally Strelecki, Woman Shot By Bullet Through Apartment Wall, Regains Consciousness And Defies Odds
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