BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – New information from the Timberline Fire Protection District states a series of events helped ignite a small fire in unincorporated Boulder County. The fire started on April 23 near Porter Ranch and Magnolia Roads.
Timberline Fire officials say a tree which blew onto a power line, sending that line onto a log pile started the fire.
Several agencies responded and knocked it down quickly. The fire burned about a quarter of an acre.
No evacuations were ordered, and no injuries were reported.