Update: Coal seam fire burns north of Dolores

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Update: Coal seam fire burns north of Dolores

Underground fire has been burning since summer 2018
A burning coal seam glows in a fissure in the Beaver Creek Canyon, northeast of Dolores. The area is unstable and hazardous and should be avoided. National forest officials are monitoring the burn, discovered Oct. 9. Officials are evaluating the extent of the burn and possible mitigation.
This coal seam fire was discovered Oct. 9 about 15 miles northeast of Dolores on the San Juan National Forest. The area is unstable and hot and should be avoided.
Fissures have formed in the ground where a coal seam fire is burning northeast of Dolores. The fire is being monitored by the San Juan National Forest.
A coal seam fire has been discovered burning underground northeast of Dolores on the San Juan National Forest.

Update: Coal seam fire burns north of Dolores

A burning coal seam glows in a fissure in the Beaver Creek Canyon, northeast of Dolores. The area is unstable and hazardous and should be avoided. National forest officials are monitoring the burn, discovered Oct. 9. Officials are evaluating the extent of the burn and possible mitigation.
This coal seam fire was discovered Oct. 9 about 15 miles northeast of Dolores on the San Juan National Forest. The area is unstable and hot and should be avoided.
Fissures have formed in the ground where a coal seam fire is burning northeast of Dolores. The fire is being monitored by the San Juan National Forest.
A coal seam fire has been discovered burning underground northeast of Dolores on the San Juan National Forest.
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