LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — More firefighters from across Colorado are heading to Larimer County to help battle the Cameron Peak Fire.

(credit: Pueblo Fire)

“Pueblo City Fire, Pueblo West, West Park and Boone Fire Departments have assembled a Task Force of five personnel and multiple apparatus now to deploy to Cameron Peak Fire near Ft Collins,” the Pueblo Fire Department wrote on Facebook on Wednesday.

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South Metro Fire Rescue also sent a team of four and a structural engine. Their assignment could last 72 hours.

(credit: South Metro Fire Rescue)

Denver fire also sent a strike team to assist.

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“Our 5 Type-1 Engines & one Chief will include 21 of your DFD Firefighters. Please keep everyone helping out in your thoughts,” Denver Fire officials tweeted Wednesday.

(credit: Denver Fire)

There are over a thousand personnel working to contain the Cameron Peak Fire, which grew to over 164,000 acres Wednesday night.

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Cameron Peak Fire, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020 (credit: Windsor Severance Fire Rescue)

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Anica Padilla