LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Crews from multiple agencies continued working a wildfire Friday morning in the Bobcat Ridge Natural Area of Loveland.

Loveland Fire confirmed three separate grass fires Thursday evening, and sent crews hiking in. A helicopter from the state assisted the effort with an aerial attack. Crews worked through the night.

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Officials said there were no injuries, no evacuations, and no structures threatened by the fires. It’s possible that lightning strikes ignited the fires.

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