Wed July 30, 2014
Rainy, Cloudy Conditions Help Crews With Moffat County Wildfires
Rainy and cloudy conditions are helping firefighters battle two blazes in Moffat County.
Crews responded to the Ladore Fire burning in Dinosaur National Monument Monday. The fire has burned 430 acres and an estimation for containment is not yet available.
The Elk Springs Fire near Craig has burned 450 acres and is 90 percent contained. The fire started Saturday.
Susan Valente, with the Northwest Colorado Fire Management Unit, said both fires are burning rough terrain.
“It’s a little bit hilly landscape covered in grass, sage, forbs, and pinion-juniper trees," Valente said.
She said so far no structures have been reported damaged.