Have you heard latest on 416 Fire? Spreading the word takes a small army

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Have you heard latest on 416 Fire? Spreading the word takes a small army

Phones, social media and face-to-face meetings help reach many audiences

Have you heard latest on 416 Fire? Spreading the word takes a small army

Brenda Bowen, lead public information officer with the Type 1 Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team, which is overseeing the 416 Fire, works Thursday, June 14, at the incident command post at Animas Valley Elementary School.

Have you heard latest on 416 Fire? Spreading the word takes a small army

Paul Bruggink, a public information officer assigned to the Type 1 Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team, hosts an informal informational meeting Friday, June 15, in front of Trimble True Value hardware store. Fire officials use a variety of platforms to communicate timely and important information to the public.

Have you heard latest on 416 Fire? Spreading the word takes a small army

About 22 public information officers are assigned to the Type 1 Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team working on the 416 Fire. They use several digital and non-digital platforms to communicate timely information to the public.
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