GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4)– A wildfire burning south of Glenwood Springs forced one subdivision to evacuate for a few hours on Friday night.

The fire had burned about 20 acres as of 7 p.m. Friday in the Oak Meadows Subdivision south of Glenwood Springs along Four Mile Creek. The fire is growing.

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A type 1 helicopter is en route to the fire along with four single engine tankers and one large air tanker.

(credit: Ann Driggers)

The subdivision was evacuated but all residents were allowed to return after 10 p.m. Friday once the power was restored.

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What caused the fire is being investigated.

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