LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Cameron Peak Fire virtually held steady at a little more than 124,000 acres in Larimer County. The fire is 21% contained.

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While crews report continued wind on Sunday, it was not as bad as Saturday when they felt 65 mph wind gusts.

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Better weather on Sunday allowed firefighters to work on the two northern “fingers” of the fire. They burned fuel ahead of the fire.

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While firefighters were thanked for saving many homes, details about their assessments along Highway 14 between the Fish Hatchery and Rustic have not been released.

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Danielle Chavira

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  1. It is absolutely uncanny how news media won’t report on the Cameron Peak Fire inside Rocky Mountain National Park! There hasn’t been a word regarding the Park burning since before the snowstorm. Of course evacuations are important, but the Fire had already burned eleven (11) square miles of the Park weeks ago — what’s going on there now?!?

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