LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– The Cameron Peak Fire hasn’t grown since snow fell over the weekend. The largest wildfire in Colorado history has burned 208,663 acres and remains 64% contained.
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Some voluntary evacuations have been lifted for the Cameron Peak Fire and East Troublesome Fire, including Highway 7 to Allenspark.
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This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information for multiple areas. Cameron Peak and East Troublesome Fire officials have lifted voluntary evacuations for the following areas: Highway 7 to Allenspark, Highway 7 east to Pan https://t.co/8RCBibBd9vREAD MORE: COVID Restrictions: Denver Lifts Outdoor Face Mask Requirement
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Crews are focusing on the southwestern edge of the fire near Pingree Park and Glen Haven.