By Danielle Chavira

EVERGREEN, Colo. (CBS4) – Firefighters in Evergreen responded to an unattended campfire on Saturday. They say someone called 911 to report it.

(credit: Evergreen Fire)

Fire officials shared images of charred ground with smoke still rising. Fortunately, the fire did not grow significantly.

Officials say the fire was found on U.S. Forest Service land. Officials didn’t find who was responsible.

(credit: Evergreen Fire)

Parks in Evergreen are closed because of the extreme fire danger. There is also a fire ban in the area.

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Danielle Chavira

Comments (2)
  1. TomTancredoFan says:

    A lot of Colorado’s recent laws, policies, and proclamations have made this state an attractive destination for a mixed bag of travelers and vagabonds with no moral or physical moorings. Vagrancy and loitering laws used to keep this problem in check, but now this shuffling mass are welcomed with platitudes and open arms. The trade off is Denver in decay and the hills burning almost all year long.

  2. Susie Q says:

    The transient, addicted miscreants do not care about your laws. Or your safety. Rules, customs, or social norms.

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