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6:59 p.m.: The US Forest Service - San Isabel division is reporting a wildfire 2.5 miles northeast of Woodland Park. Dubbed the Rampart Fire, the 12-acre blaze has forced the evacuation of campers in the area. Those living within a 1.7-mile radius of Rampart Range Roa and Forest Service Road 312 should be prepared for a possible evacuation, the El Paso County Sheriff's Office says.
Rampart Fire, #PikesPeakRD 2.5 miles NE from Woodland Park, USFS campground evacuations in progress, Resources responding, El Paso Co Sheriff has issued Pre-evacuation status for Woodland Park
— USFS_Pike&San Isabel (@PSICC_NF) July 21, 2018
4:03 p.m.: Highway 6 has reopened in Clear Creek Canyon following climber rescue, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office says.
2:59 p.m.: The climber stuck on ledge in Clear Creek Canyon is safely down on the ground after a successful rescue operation by Jefferson County crews.
2:49 p.m.: Crews have arrived in Clear Creek Canyon and are working to rescue a climber stuck on one of the cliffs. Watch live in the player below:
2:33 p.m.: The Greater Eagle Fire Protection District is reporting a wildfire near Dotsero. I-70 is closed bot ways due to blaze.
— Greater Eagle Fire (@gefpd) July 20, 2018
2:10 p.m.: The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office closed U.S. Highway 6 in Clear Creek Canyon as crews work to rescue a climber. No other information about the incident was immediately available.
Westbound Hwy 6 is closed in canyon due to rescue of endangered climber. Westbound closed between Hwy 93/58th and Hwy 119. pic.twitter.com/RaFeEETzPd
— Jeffco Sheriff (@jeffcosheriffco) July 20, 2018