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Cameron Peak fire, largest wildfire in Colorado history, spreads across the state (1)

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The Cameron Peak fire began in August and has spread across over 270 square miles, passing the Pine Gulch Fire as the state's largest wildfire ever.
 
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News video: ‘I’m just hoping he’s doing OK’: Firefighters’ families hope for relief in Cameron Peak Fire

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The uncertainty surrounding the conditions of the Cameron Peak Fire, now the largest wildfire in Colorado history, is putting firefighters’ families in a difficult position.

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