Roatcap Fire at almost 400 acres

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Roatcap Fire at almost 400 acres

About 30 homes evacuated, many more are on standby
Firefighters from the Lewis-Arriola Fire Protection District stand by to protect a house off Montezuma county roads 28 and P as flames erupt in the Roatcap Fire on Wednesday afternoon.
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The American Red Cross has opened an overnight shelter for evacuees of the Roatcap Fire at Kemper Elementary School, 620 E. Montezuma Ave., in Cortez.

The Montezuma Count Fairgrounds, 30100 U.S. Highway 160, is accepting evacuated domestic livestock. The city of Cortez Animal Shelter, 2791 East Main St., is taking evacuated small pets. Only service animals are allowed in the overnight shelter.

The Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office has set up two hotlines, 564-4997 and 564-4998. Information is also available on the Sheriff’s Office website, www.montezumasheriff.org.

Roatcap Fire at almost 400 acres

Firefighters from the Lewis-Arriola Fire Protection District stand by to protect a house off Montezuma county roads 28 and P as flames erupt in the Roatcap Fire on Wednesday afternoon.
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