Rains keep fire small east of Pagosa Springs

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Rains keep fire small east of Pagosa Springs

416 Fire remains tame
Recent rains have kept the 416 Fire from growing since full fire suppression efforts ended several weeks ago, said Gretchen Fitzgerald, spokeswoman for the San Juan National Forest.
The 416 Fire is still smoldering. However, flare-ups have all come within the perimeter of the burn area since active fire suppression ended, said Gretchen Fitzgerald, spokeswoman for the San Juan National Forest.

Rains keep fire small east of Pagosa Springs

Recent rains have kept the 416 Fire from growing since full fire suppression efforts ended several weeks ago, said Gretchen Fitzgerald, spokeswoman for the San Juan National Forest.
The 416 Fire is still smoldering. However, flare-ups have all come within the perimeter of the burn area since active fire suppression ended, said Gretchen Fitzgerald, spokeswoman for the San Juan National Forest.
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