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Platte River Fire: Evacuations Remain As 30+ Acre Jefferson County Wildfire Burns Near Structures

Video Credit: CBS 4 Denver - Duration: 00:19s - Published
Platte River Fire: Evacuations Remain As 30+ Acre Jefferson County Wildfire Burns Near Structures

Platte River Fire: Evacuations Remain As 30+ Acre Jefferson County Wildfire Burns Near Structures

The Platte River Fire in an area of Jefferson County called Ramona Gulch has burned slightly more than 30 acres.

Evacuations remain in place due to the wildfire, which started on Thursday afternoon and so far isn't contained.


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