The fire, dubbed the Spring Glade Fire, is burning in the Coyote Ridge Natural Area.
LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. – A brush fire is burning between Fort Collins and Loveland Saturday in Larimer County.
Evacuations are in place for the Stout subdivision and voluntary evacuation notices were sent for the Rim Rock subdivision, a Larimer County Sheriff's official tweeted Saturday afternoon.
Three structures are threatened but no injuries have been reported. An evacuation center is open at Lucille Erwin Middle School in Loveland, according to the sheriff's office.
That center will close at 7 p.m.
An Air Quality Health Advisory has also been issued for Larimer County four miles southwest of Fort Collins.
Coyote Ridge Natural Area will continue to be Closed to All Activities through Sunday July 23rd due to the Spring Glade Fire.— FCNaturalAreas (@FCNaturalAreas) July 23, 2017
Coyote Ridge Natural Area will continue to be Closed to All Activities through Sunday July 23rd due to the Spring Glade Fire.
Several crew including the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Services, the Loveland Fire Rescue Authority, Poudre Fire Authority and others are on-scene battling the blaze.
The fire, which has grown to 364 acres, is 60 percent contained, according to the Larimer County Sheriff's Office. No information about the cause of the fire has been released.
You can view AIRTRACKER7 video of the fire below:
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