Burro Fire officials draw down personnel after ‘soaking’ rains

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Burro Fire officials draw down personnel after ‘soaking’ rains

Smoldering fire is now 50 percent contained; trees are dripping-wet
The Dolores Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest received a gift from the community thanking firefighters for their work on the Burro Fire.
A burn scar in Bear Creek Canyon. Crews continue mop-up operations after weekend rains gave the Burro Fire “a good soaking,” said public information officer Kathy Russell.
A smoldering log from the Burro Fire in mid-June. “These kinds of big fires tend to smolder for a very long time,” said public information officer Kathy Russell.

Burro Fire officials draw down personnel after ‘soaking’ rains

The Dolores Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest received a gift from the community thanking firefighters for their work on the Burro Fire.
A burn scar in Bear Creek Canyon. Crews continue mop-up operations after weekend rains gave the Burro Fire “a good soaking,” said public information officer Kathy Russell.
A smoldering log from the Burro Fire in mid-June. “These kinds of big fires tend to smolder for a very long time,” said public information officer Kathy Russell.
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