Photos: Fire danger remains high this winter

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Photos: Fire danger remains high this winter

An ash pile is suspected of starting a small grass fire that spread into trees and brush before burning the skirting on a trailer Monday afternoon in the Old Homestead Mobile Home Park, 8659 U.S. Highway 550 south of Durango. Rod Allen, battalion chief with Durango Fire Protection District, said light winds helped fan the flames. Park owners and a gas field worker helped extinguish the blaze.
A Durango Fire Protection District firefighter douses hot spots on a small wildfire that started Monday afternoon in the Old Homestead Mobile Home Park, 8659 U.S. Highway 550 south of Durango. An ash pile is suspected of starting the fire, which spread into trees and brush before burning the skirting on a trailer. Rod Allen, battalion chief, said light winds helped fan the flames. Park owners and a gas field worker helped extinguish the blaze.

Photos: Fire danger remains high this winter

An ash pile is suspected of starting a small grass fire that spread into trees and brush before burning the skirting on a trailer Monday afternoon in the Old Homestead Mobile Home Park, 8659 U.S. Highway 550 south of Durango. Rod Allen, battalion chief with Durango Fire Protection District, said light winds helped fan the flames. Park owners and a gas field worker helped extinguish the blaze.
A Durango Fire Protection District firefighter douses hot spots on a small wildfire that started Monday afternoon in the Old Homestead Mobile Home Park, 8659 U.S. Highway 550 south of Durango. An ash pile is suspected of starting the fire, which spread into trees and brush before burning the skirting on a trailer. Rod Allen, battalion chief, said light winds helped fan the flames. Park owners and a gas field worker helped extinguish the blaze.
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