UPDATE: Crews work to keep fire from canyon, wooded area

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UPDATE: Crews work to keep fire from canyon, wooded area

Fire burns 78 acres, perimeter mostly surrounded by fire retardant

UPDATE: Crews work to keep fire from canyon, wooded area

An air tanker from the U.S. Forest Service’s Durango Tanker Base makes a drop of slurry on the south side of the Black Ridge Fire on Wednesday south of Durango.
Charlie Moore loads items from his home into vehicles as he readies to evacuate on Wednesday afternoon as the Black Ridge Fire burns a few miles west of his home south of Durango.
A High Flume road resident moves her livestock from the Black Ridge Fire on Wednesday as it burns south of Durango. Areas on pre-evacuation notice include private land in the High Flume Canyon area including Rancho Durango Road in the Rancho Durango subdivision, Green Shadow Road, High Flume Drive and Loop and La Posta Canyon Road.
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