Glencoe Valley Fire

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Glencoe Valley Fire

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Around 14:20 on August 19th, 2013 a wind-driven brush fire in the Coal Creek Canyon area in Jefferson County was reported after a 911 caller reported hearing an pop before the fire started.  Crews from several fire departments responded with also about 12,500 gallons of water drops from a helicopter. The residents from Blue Mountain Estates were evacuated as of Coal Creek Canyon. Crews got control of the fire out in the evening with around 6 acres burned, and crews started overhaul on hot spots until the next morning. The evacuations and were lifted by 20:00. The Salvation Army was requested to provide food and drinks for the firefighters on the scene. No structures were damaged and no injuries were reported. The cause is under investigation.

Departments on Scene:

Coal Creek Canyon Fire Protection DistrictFairmount Fire Protection DistrictArvada Fire Protection District, Golden Gate Canyon Fire Protection District & Timberline Fire Protection District

Jefferson County SheriffJefferson County Fire ManagementJefferson County Open Space Park Rangers & Pridemark Paramedics

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