PITKIN COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Pitkin County officials are warning residents of flooding in the Lake Christine burn area. A reverse 911 alert went out on Sunday evening.

Lake Christine Fire burn scar (credit: CBS)

Officials say residents should take necessary precautions which might include finding higher ground and sheltering-in-place. Do not enter flooded roadways.

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An evacuation center is being set up at the Eagle County building at Crown Mountain Park.

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The Lake Christine Fire started July 3, 2018. Three homes were destroyed, hundreds of people were forced to evacuate for weeks, but no one was hurt.

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The two people convicted of started it were sentenced in July 1 of this year.