MORRISON, Colo. (CBS4) – Another wildfire broke out in Colorado on Sunday.
The West Metro Fire Protection District responded to the fire at Interstate 70’s Morrison exit.READ MORE: Colorado Pauses Use Of Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine
The fire is estimated at 5 acres.
Xcel Energy was called because high-tension power lines were down due to the fire.
West bound I-70 has been closed at C-470.READ MORE: COVID In Colorado: Counties Prepare Local COVID Dials As State COVID Dial Is Set To Expire
Five agencies were working the fire and so far no structures are threatened.
According to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, the fire was caused by trash that blew out of a truck that hit a power line.
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