BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — On Saturday, The Boulder County sheriffs office confirmed that at least three people are missing from the Marshall Fire in Boulder County — two from Superior, one from the Marshall area. That was after initial reports of hundreds missing in the fast moving wildfire that became an urban fire running over hundreds of homes. Officials are not able to get into certain structures because of ash, debris and inches of snow.
One of the missing individuals has been identified as 91-year-old Nadine Turnbull. Family members say Turnbull lives right behind the Target store and was last seen in the dining room about to exit through the side door.
Over 30,000 people evacuated the fire as is raced across the landscape and spotted to new areas as winds of speeds up to 105 miles per hour blasted the area.
“Our Call Center is receiving many, many calls this morning,” the Boulder Office of Emergency Management stated on Saturday morning. “Please try to be patient as we make our way through and try to assist everyone. We understand everyone’s frustration and are dedicated to helping however and as soon as we can!”