YUMA , Colo. (CBS4)– Fire crews quickly got control of a large grass fire that ignited near Yuma on Wednesday.

Firefighters were able to keep the fire from damaging any homes or structures.

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The fire burned about 2,000 acres some 30 miles north of Wray.

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Highway 285 was closed for a short time and then reopened to traffic.

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A total of 10 different fire departments responded to the fire. What started the blaze is being investigated.