GRAND COUNTY, Colo. — The Black Mountain Fire, which started burning in Grand County in late August, is now 100% contained, fire officials announced Tuesday morning.
It was sparked by lightning eight miles northeast of Kremmling on Aug. 29 and burned 418 acres.
In a previous update on Sept. 13, officials said they had reached 91% containment, but would continue working until the entire fire was contained within fire lines.
All pre-evacuation notices related to the fire were lifted in mid-September.
The fire burned just west of the East Troublesome Fire scar.
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