2 found dead in Black Forest Fire

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2 found dead in Black Forest Fire

Fire surpasses Waldo Canyon as state’s most destructive; 360 homes lost
Samantha Marison, an AmeriCorps volunteer firefighter removes down wood to help contain a spot fire in an evacuated area of forest, ranches and residences, in the Black Forest wildfire area, north of Colorado Springs on Thursday. Volunteer firefighters from nearby military bases and the U.S. Air Force Academy also are helping fight the blaze, which isn’t anywhere near containment.
Blackened areas define the haphazard path of a wildfire that destroyed some homes and left others untouched in one neighborhood in the densely wooded Black Forest area northeast of Colorado Springs. Officials announced Thursday that at least 360 homes have been lost in what is now the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history. On Thursday, firefighters discovered two bodies in a garage.

2 found dead in Black Forest Fire

Samantha Marison, an AmeriCorps volunteer firefighter removes down wood to help contain a spot fire in an evacuated area of forest, ranches and residences, in the Black Forest wildfire area, north of Colorado Springs on Thursday. Volunteer firefighters from nearby military bases and the U.S. Air Force Academy also are helping fight the blaze, which isn’t anywhere near containment.
Blackened areas define the haphazard path of a wildfire that destroyed some homes and left others untouched in one neighborhood in the densely wooded Black Forest area northeast of Colorado Springs. Officials announced Thursday that at least 360 homes have been lost in what is now the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history. On Thursday, firefighters discovered two bodies in a garage.
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