RANGELY, Colo. (CBS4) – A wildfire burning in Rio Blanco County on Colorado’s Western Slope has grown to 5,600 acres. The Red Canyon Fire is burning in a remote, rugged area 31 miles south of Rangely.

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North Metro Fire Rescue crews are putting their new brush truck to use fighting the fire.

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Officials have closed several county roads in the area and say that some structures are threatened by the fire. They have a helicopter doing water drops on the fire.

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So far no structures have burned. There is no containment on the fire so far.

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