DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – South Metro firefighters say another electrocuted bird started a fire in Douglas County. Firefighters responded to the brush fire on Pine Drive Wednesday morning.
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Update – The fire is out and contained to approximately 1 acre. Investigators found an electrocuted Red-tailed Hawk tangled in power lines which sparked the fire. pic.twitter.com/H6Y1LHvavAREAD MORE: Glenwood Canyon Mudslides Cancel Amtrak's California Zephyr Train Through Colorado Rockies
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Officials say a Red-tailed hawk was tangled in power lines and was electrocuted.
The fire didn’t threaten homes, and was contained to one acre.
On Saturday, the same fire department responded to a brush fire near War Bonnet Trail in Douglas County. They say an electrocuted bird started the fire.MORE NEWS: Highway 125 In Grand County Closed For Mudslide
No homes were burned in that fire.