Burro Fire command begins to transition to Type 3 team

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Burro Fire command begins to transition to Type 3 team

Most support personnel in Dolores plan to leave by Thursday
A burned area in the Bear Creek area on Monday.
A skidder drags downed timber from a bulldozed fire line on Monday.
A morning briefing at the Burro Fire camp.
Andy Lyon/Rocky Mountain Incident Command

Members of the Pike Hotshots team at the spike camp breakfast above Bear Cree Canyon.
Fire crews on Tuesday continued to clear logs, slash piles and brush from the fire lines on the south and western sides of the Burro Fire. The fire remained at 3,715 acres with 12 percent containment.
An incident weather station at the Burro Fire.

Burro Fire command begins to transition to Type 3 team

A burned area in the Bear Creek area on Monday.
A skidder drags downed timber from a bulldozed fire line on Monday.
A morning briefing at the Burro Fire camp.
Andy Lyon/Rocky Mountain Incident Command

Members of the Pike Hotshots team at the spike camp breakfast above Bear Cree Canyon.
Fire crews on Tuesday continued to clear logs, slash piles and brush from the fire lines on the south and western sides of the Burro Fire. The fire remained at 3,715 acres with 12 percent containment.
An incident weather station at the Burro Fire.
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