9 Burst results for "Big Thompson Canyon"
"big thompson canyon" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"The source and pay more attention to forest management practices that my mind goes without saying we have left all of this downed timber especially the pine beetles and other things just lanier. It's it's unbelievable. I ve gone into the mountains. Go there every minute. I i love the mountains. When i look around and see all these great trees and then after a while the great trees of fallen down there just laying there. It's a tinderbox. If you get a fire going it as we have learned is very very difficult and in some cases impossible to control it So yeah you've got that issue as well so then. Those trees create burn scar. And it's all the fault over the beatles. Okay well why to be. The beatles were brought about because of the drought because the trees didn't have enough moisture and the beatles got it. I see it's a cycle but the point is this no matter what caused it or what brought it to be is a reality. What about are you familiar with the Mulching project that crews have undertaken in long dry area of the burn scar. That's nearly two hundred and nine thousand acres with three hundred twenty-five mile perimeter. It's all well and good but my understanding is that if we get You know another arc light rainfall. We another dump. All of those efforts could wash all that away. Well the point is good. Mulching is basically trying to put something on there to hold the hold the grid well replaced in a way soil with much and the only way that's going to work because if you also throw in some seed and try and see better on the other hand the soil that's below is not very conducive to grow and stuff. Get rid of that of that takes time. It's not like this area's achievement. How good take years to regenerate in enough growth there to handle some moisture but even there was no burn scar. Where was absolutely no problem. In terms of the soil it was all native. It was a big forest when we had that dump in the big thompson. Canyon nineteen seventy six killed a hundred and forty people that i reminded you a little bit ago. There that there was no birds started that that was know exacerbating whatsoever for matt in. We still had a major catastrophe and then in loveland y- my involvement. There was to pull the fairgrounds out of that area right on the river and put it where it is up on the hill. Now this is experience as a county commissioner. that's one of the decisions we make But still when the river comes through. Loveland it it. They had taken that whole area where we abandoned as unworthy old survey they built beautiful ball diamonds. They built some fabulous pavilions. I photograph though for the people who built them. They're beautiful but then we had another flood came along there. What was that lady. Whatever three or whenever took it out destroyed what they beautiful park that the city of love built there and that had nothing to do with burn scars mulching but his head to do with another major precipitation event up the hill..
"big thompson canyon" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"This is mornings with kale and northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi am well. You know it's interesting not the first person to make this point. Typically of where. We're praying for rain but not in those burn scar areas as we saw that horrendous flooding in which at least two lost their lives This in the putin canyon to others from the same family. Incidentally still missing. It's just tragic. It's heartbreaking but bouncing off that piece this morning That i worked through before we got you all caught up on everything you need to know at the top of the hour. This was a piece out of the fort collins. Colorado and by miles bloom hard to took it upon himself to talk to national weather service. Voeller meteorologist paul slatter Taking a look at this flood zone and saying essentially when he was asked if flooding would occur again. He said it's not an issue with but absolutely when going on to save with the conditions. The way they are up there in the camera and peak fire burn. Scar doesn't take much rain to bring things down if it falls in the wrong spot. Seven ten thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios joined up by a voice. You know well my friend. My colleague our institutional wisdom when it comes to all things northern colorado particularly for collins. john. Clark hey john. Thanks for checking in this morning. Because i do want to tap in to your institutional wisdom because This is a major concern not only in the present but indeed in the future. Sure absolutely just take a look at history Those of us who around here in one thousand nine hundred ninety six when we have to thompson fled no but immense amounts of rain can follow those those things I think that was along. The order of ten inches of rain and a couple of hours came down and literally scoured the big thompson canyon. A lots of a hundred and forty lives just a matter of minutes Yeah but okay. So when you compare the big thompson drainage to the putin drainage you're talking about An element of almost five to six times. More water is in the putin. Putin has a much bigger drainage area. It's a much bigger river than the thompson. So if you had one of those maximum rainy then it's and i'm not sure we even know what that is because we live in a desert until it's enough and then all of a sudden we get hit with these massive massive thunderstorms Save but just say you have that amount of rain that caused the big thompson. Floods nineteen seventy six up in the putin drainage instead just just five six miles to the north..
"big thompson canyon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On Friday, homes and businesses and Big Thompson Canyon were evacuated due to the Cameron Peak fire the flames that consumed over 167,000 acres and it's a 56% containment thie Cameron Peak fires the largest wildfire in Colorado history. Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai tweeted Thursday he'll be clarifying ambiguities in section 2 30 The Communications Act as petition by the U. S Department of Commerce prices. Social media companies have a First Amendment right to free speech, but they do not have a First Amendment right to a special immunity denied to other media outlets such as newspapers of broadcasters. To West Michigan. Doctors call on President Trump to cancel today's campaign rally in Muskegon, emergency physician Rob Davidson and family physician Susan favorite claimed the president spreads code with 19 misinformation, and that place is listeners in danger. That's the latest Taylor I'm very helps your listening to masters and business on Bloomberg Radio. My special guest this week is Lisa Cooke. She is a former researcher on the Council of Economic Advisers under President Obama. She is also a professor of economics. And international relations at Michigan State University. Let's talk a little bit about what's going on today with the recession. What is this doing to income and wealth? Inequality? I'm not sure it could do more. I'm not sure this pandemic could do more. It is really driving a serious wedge between Those who have income and wealth and those who doubt Whether we're talking about those two cold stocks and those who don't and, uh, just under 50% of Americans do not hope any stuff. They're not seeing the game. The the stock market has largely recovered from the beginning of the pandemic. No, We didn't see this in the great recession, too. So that's not so unusual that that stocks would cover before employment does, but Income inequality is taking a beating. How is that Because Let's say if we add a racial dimension to it, African Americans are subject to occupational segregation, so they're in a lot of these. Want facing, uh, occupation to which they would be disproportionate way exposed to cope with 19. So that's one way in which they're deciding between A job and eating or a job and rent Ah, job in the health. So so this is one of the ways in which income inequality has come to four for wealth inequality. It's even more stark. So it was mentioning. Certainly, stock market is recovering not as many people among African Americans Are in the stock market. Certainly you wealth is orders of magnitude lower for African American health so compared to Whitehall folks, But there's one thing that I followed. That really troubles May And that is small businesses. There are 50 white entrepreneurs for every black entrepreneur, And as we know this is a tried and true path to the middle class and to wealth accumulation in America. And what we know about park business is, is that a disproportionate number? Are reporting closing permanently. As a result of the recession, the pandemic and and recession and they didn't receive tpp funds were not recording. FDA is not recording the applicants. And we don't have good demographic data. But from the surveys that have been done, we know that when they replied when they applied, they were rejected. You know, this is due to the big banks being relied upon to Do about these monks, but also for the amount they were questioning. They got disproportionately less. So what I worry about is this Fisher growing significantly? Not just now. But in the future, because certainly income now lays the groundwork for wealth in the future. So given the sort of work from home pandemic economy that we're living in, some people have been calling this a quote she session. Unquote because so much of it is falling disproportionately on on the shoulders of women. How accurate is that phrases that's overstating it, Or is there really a deep gender? Fisher as well as ah, Racial Fisher. Absolutely. There's a tender Fisher. That is that is also there with the racial Fisher and we could see that an American time you survey and the senses What we know about women is that Regardless of occupation, regardless of income. They been a dis support, minute amount of time on care of other individual in the household. That might be Children. That might be the elderly, but they spend more time taking care of those people, and that happened before that was happening before the pandemic. Yeah, and women are the ones who are having to drop out of the workforce. While these students are stuck at home, small Children, especially our second home, trying to do their homework, or trying to make sure that they have their their snacks on time and get through their schoolwork. So this is it, she says, and women are back at their participation rates. From 1987. That is shocking. And Porto happen in such a short period of time is absolutely shocking, and this is gonna have lasting Cars leave lasting lasting scars on the labor market, because one thing we know is that when women are out of the labor force, the slow down with respect to pay with respect to promotion And I am just hoping that we will get some kind of support for child care to make sure that that some of these women can recover and recover more quickly. Quite interesting. So the cares act was passed at the end of the first quarter. It was about $3 Trillion. If you would've asked me over the summer, will we see a follow up another couple of trillion dollars? I would've given you 10 to 1 odds that absolutely the politicians in election. Of course they're going to pass a second stimulus. But here we are, middle of October. No such stimulus passed yet. Did we go far enough with the first cares, Act. And are you at all surprised that there hasn't been a follow up? What do you think's gonna happen and how much stimulus is needed? Given the way the economy is starting to plateau and attenuate from from that big bounce back we saw over the summer. Sarah, you and I were in the same position. That's exactly what I thought, too. On what I knew was that Wait..
"big thompson canyon" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Talks with people around the country about how they're feeling. Those stories are next. But first the news Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. The Trump Administration announced a new partnership with pharmacy chains CVS and Walgreens. Today, NPR's Selina Simmons stuff and reports. The idea is to facilitate the distribution of a future Corona virus vaccine to nursing homes. At a campaign rally in Fort Myers, Florida geared towards seniors, President Trump told the crowd of the new partnership would allow the pharmacy chains to immediately deliver the vaccine directly to nursing homes at no cost. You are seniors know cause it won't exactly be immediate. Since no Corona virus vaccines have been authorized by the government. Yet federal officials explained that older Americans will likely have priority to receive the limited vaccine doses that will be available at first. This program takes some of the logistical burden off public health departments, officials explained. They say it will be free for nursing homes and other facilities that opt in Salina Simmons Duffin NPR news Democratic challenger Joe Biden, campaigning at a driving car event in Detroit tonight, slam President Trump's handling of the Corona virus and his own covert 19 diagnosis. Saying Trump doesn't care as infections rise in parts of the country with more than eight million Corona virus cases in the US and more than 218,000 deaths. I work with Democrats and Republicans. That's why so many Republican leaders have endorsed me. I know I've done it, We'll do it again. For those who don't support me as well as those who do. Works. That's the job of a president. A duty to care. Duty to Hale. Earlier, Biden spoke to United Auto Workers in Southfield, Michigan. California's Republican Party can continue collecting ballots and storing them in boxes that, according to the state's top election official, But it's Scott Rod from member station cap radio reports. An investigation continues. The California GOP drew a strong reaction from Secretary of State Alex Padilla after deploying unauthorized ballot boxes. But threats of legal action from the state have cooled off after receiving a cease and desist letter Monday, the party outlined its plan moving forward boxes would be attended by staff at all times and ballots would be delivered to county election officials within 72 hours. As required by state law, Padilla said the state has issued subpoenas to learn the exact number and location of boxes. The secretary of state says his office will continue to monitor the GOP's ballot collection activities to ensure it complies with law. For NPR news. I'm Scott Rod in Sacramento. The federal budget deficit sword in fiscal 2020 hitting a record $3.1 trillion. That's more than triple the deficit in 2019, largely because of a massive jump in government spending because of the pandemic. The budget deficit comes as talks of a new Corona virus relief package have stalled. His Republican lawmakers balk at the size of further spending proposals. You're listening to NPR news. Colorado, The Cameron Peak wildfire has grown more than 30,000 acres since Tuesday. It's now the largest fire on record in the state. It started August 13th and the Rapa Ho and Roosevelt National Forests and Evacuation orders are up for parts of the Big Thompson Canyon. A fire has burned more than 167,000 acres and his 56% contained the cause of the fire is under investigation. Meanwhile, President Trump has reversed course and issued a major disaster declaration for Southern California the state deal, with many wildfires burning there. Another declaration was issued earlier for Northern California. Phoenix today broke another record for the most.
"big thompson canyon" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Is no Co. now I am Tanner Swinton I am live from the auto collision specialist studios, and well, there's a lot to get to today some very fascinating things and I'm very excited that we will be joined again by Matt Makings. Colorado Channel to meteorologist the smoke that we've been dealing with is getting into Denver and there's some ominous pictures that are starting to appear Kris van, Vander Veen, tweeting a couple out as well but it's it's getting. It's getting a little little scary out there I mean it's something that you don't see every single day and it's just nuts. This year is just such. An interesting and difficult position right now on, it's putting more people in there. And do even more difficult positions well But so let's talk about it. This was updated Just a little bit ago. This is news. For Northern Colorado. We're GONNA make our way through here but there's more evacuation notices coming this. This happened just two hours ago. There isn't a voluntary evacuation order that's been called for the area from Pinewood Reservoir to flat iron reservoir that is west of loveland due to southbound growth of the cameron peak fired this again, coming out of the Colorado and Sarah Kyle on the story today. This is the first time that the evacuation there's been an evacuation orders that has been south of highway thirty four. So keep in mind this fire originated north of highway fourteen. So for talking about roads and highways, and how we want to put this into perspective, it started north of highway fourteen and is now south with the least the evacuation orders it has not jumped highway thirty four as of a couple of hours ago but it is now south, the evacuation orders are south of highway thirty four. This is concerning and what else is concerning we still have the rest of this evening tomorrow and even into Sunday a little bit where they're still no moisture in the forecast. Map Makings we'll talk more about this, but we do have a cold front coming in. That will hopefully give some relief again, this is this is the first evacuation order that south the reason for this is so that it can just give people more time to be getting themselves the pets the livestocks hey, you know everything that they own that they can start to pack it up. The that was just a invoke that was just a voluntary evacuation order at one o'clock. This afternoon, a mandatory evacuation order was called for this stretch of highway thirty four through the Big Thompson Canyon west of Loveland. This is that piece that they shutdown of momentarily on Thursday, it's getting shut down again this is because of the increased fire activity. It's it's a little worrisome firefighters said. Ook posed via facebook posts that wins a picked up grounding fire suppression aircraft. So again, these firefighters and they can't use all the tools and the facilities that they've got..
"big thompson canyon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Heart radio at Fox 31 pinpoint weather most of study and pretty nice out their eyes. The upper sixties low seventies Tomorrow we'll drop into the fifties on Sunday. Right now it's 57 degrees in Denver Thie camera peak fire has exploded to 167,000 acres, prompting new evacuations. US. 30 for Big Thompson Canyon is now closed toe LA. For residents to leave the area. Mandatory evacuations have been issued for highway 34 from the damn store to just west of Seoul Shine Road. Firefighters are getting any help from Mother nature, but we are anticipating definitely strong winds coming in on DH. Also, it's extremely bright out there so that combined with the amount of fuel that are on the ground means that we're going to have really a lot of activity and in some places will be extreme fire behavior. That's Cameron Peak Public information officer cast parents at Fire is 56% contained. The city of Denver is taking some aggressive measures to combat the Corona Virus Cove in 19 is rapidly spreading in the mile High city and now you'll have to wear a mask both indoors and outdoors, with a few exceptions, and you can't go masses if you're on your own or with your immediate family. If I leave my place of employment by myself to walk down the 16 streetball, I will not be required to wear face covering. If I would leave with some co workers to go down this 16 Street mall, then I would be required. All of us would be required to wear face coverings just as we do in the work setting. That's Bob McDonald, the executive director of the Department of Health and Environment. Cities, also limiting gatherings vowed to five people and that not only applies to parks and public settings but also at your home city says these tough restrictions are there for a reason. Is Denver Mayor Michael Hancock. We are as accounting brimming on the edge of a crises that could further in dangerous people, Individuals health as well as damage our economy. Denver is very close to going into a level three on the state's covert 19 dial. If that happens, capacity restrictions for restaurants and businesses would also be required and add Jefferson County to the list of Colorado County, staring down a big increase down covert 19 cases. The county says it's at risk of being moved to a level three restrictions as well, and that would limit capacity for restaurants and businesses, as well as closed bars and gyms. The rate of infection over the past two weeks, and Jeff Go has seen 174 cases per 100,000 residents. $6.6 million. That's what the Catholic Church in Colorado says it's paid 73 survivors of sexual abuse by priests. Eight other claims are still being processed. The church says no claim it has rejected a compensation offer. It also says some of the abuse survivors were previously unknown to the church on Wall Street. The Dow is up 114 points. The NASDAQ is down. 30 Yes, MP five hundred's Up about 3.5 Our next news updates to 30 on Tom must in on Kuwaitis radio 8:50 A.m.. And 94 1 FM..
"big thompson canyon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I'm just saying, however, you want to send vibes or prayers or what have you is sort of what I was getting it that let's hope that the efforts continue to be fruitful. Thanks to all of those on the fire lines, And if you are up in that area and want to call us with any kind of update that you might have, that would be pertinent information for people feel free to do so. 303713 85 85. I remember growing up in California was little bit was in the Bay Area north. There were times when Especially during the summertime, Obviously, when there were fires, and we there were there were a couple of times when we were evacuated, and it's it's a scary Situation. And and Man. I mean, your heart goes out to people who have lost property lost possessions. And Things that That are meaningful in life, Hopefully not life and death. We all know that Safety of people is always the number one. But when it comes to life long Mementos and memories and Pictures and all the rest possessions. A property. Who I mean it's It's emotional. There's no there's no question Steve in Pueblo is with us on KO. Hello, Steve. All right, Gloria. I'm doing well. Thanks doing Well, What's on your mind? What one, did you? What did you come to Colorado? I came to Colorado in 91. So been here almost years. This is a real blast. I was going to bring it up to grant. But I embarrassed myself because he probably wasn't born yet. My first trip to Colorado was in 76 0. Yeah, and we came down. We came down Thompson Canyon Girls today before the flood. Are you serious? When Yeah, when the fire and when you're fired director Ah brought up the name Glen haven. And if you look on that map if you got a map there in front of you on your own, if you can on your screen, I know exactly where Glen haven is. Yeah. Yeah, well, we had Ah, Northern Colorado firefighters meeting up there. We have meetings once a month in different areas like sterling and stuff. And they told us about what it was like up there. During that one rainstorm. They said. You couldn't go outside. Well, that being said. That is Cameron Pass was kind of my one of my old places that I used to go on. Kind of hang out was really beautiful up in there was extremely steep. And wants to have fire goes through there. It's gonna be really difficult not to have flooding Come down the canyon. Yeah, that's a good point. That's a good point. Hopefully, hopefully that's hopefully that's not too severe. Come wintertime, right? Well, you know Once that undergrowth underbrush is burnt I think the same situations going to occur over there by Oh, where was the fire on? I 70 member when they Yeah, yeah. Yeah. You know how steep that isthe right And I just think that that there are some things that that are going to be coming up in the future that People are going to have to even be more careful about the happen much quicker. No, no doubt, Steve. Thank you. I'm going to move on. But I appreciate the call. Yeah, that big Thompson Flood who That was? Wow. Anytime you moved to Colorado or come to Colorado. It's not long where you hear about that. Ah, that just incredible tragedy coming down the Pooter Canyon. Ah, the aura. Big Thompson Canyon. I beg your pardon? Back in 76, Greg and Greeley with us on K Away. Hello, Great. I was doing great things. Go ahead. We Ah have been. We've been evacuated out her place mandatory for It's been on enough voluntary mandatory right now It's still mandatory. We're actually up Buggering Canyon. On and on. We don't know. We burned down or not. We can't get there. Wow, that has to be has to be. It has to be an emotional time then. Uh, Roy sucks. I would think so do you have do you have any? I guess there's really no way to know when you might have a chance to get back in, is there We're going to try to get the Mason bills tomorrow. All right now it's closed down the Masons. Worse still. Approximately 16 miles. Northwest of that. So you really don't know whenever you get back in What you're going to be greeted by, Do you? Nothing We don't know. Our son lives on the west side of horse, too. In Fort Collins. Just around the time of the Southside, of course, too nice out. And he's been evacuated for two days. Now he's living in a hotel in Loveland. Greg, We wish all the best to you and your family. Be safe and good wishes to you. T to all you guys. Thank you very much. That's the update. I know. Great. Thank you. We appreciate that. That's Greg and Greeley. 303713 85 85. We've got Brandon Lane coming up. We'll talk some NFL football. Some college football. Some pick comes now with Brandon, who's a regular on the show. We rescheduled it from yesterday. We appreciate his flexibility. We've got more to come and will continue to keep this on the front burner. If you wantto call If you're up in the area, and one offer thoughts on the Cameron Peak fire, feel free to do that. 303713 85 85 on the text line. 56690 Michael Ice millennial grant in for Dave Wrecking Cathy. We'll check news and then we've got Morano show on cable news radio and everywhere on the I. Heart Radio App..
"big thompson canyon" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"KFI K A. Dark billowing smoke blanketing much of northern Colorado as ash rained down yesterday after winds drove explosive growth of that cameron peak fire. Now, the largest wildfire in Colorado history growing more than twenty thousand acres. Since Tuesday, it is now listed at one hundred, Fifty, eight, thousand, three, hundred acres with fifty six percent containment. Now, this is according to a facebook update last night working for peace by miles blunt hearts Kelly lyle out of the Fort Collins Colorado in this morning, it was shocking wasn't it? I was actually driving. To and fro up to Fort Collins and returning. Around ten thirty or so, and I like so many others pulled off the road got out of our cars. Of course, we were safely up the road I mean we're not stopping traffic or anything like that but it was like we were shellshocked. Did you feel that way yesterday as it was just that? Fix billowing. Cameron fire and it was that dark smoke which meant, yes, structures were impacted. Now we don't know how many structures at this point, but we'll get into what we do know and I had to shake my head because I came across well here. Let me pull this up where I came across this headline. From a Denver, news outlet K. Cameron peak fire has flared up. But where's the smoke? Hey y'all might want to look past the confines of Denver because it was visible from Denver. I mean particularly Greeley Loveland Fort Collins much of Larimer county talked to so many people yesterday as we just stood there in shock watching this monster of ablaze. Fire made another huge run east on Wednesday again. Let's set at one hundred, Fifty, eight, thousand three hundred acres making it the largest wildfire in Colorado history. It's now surpassed another twenty thousand fire. That's the Pine Gulch fire for the largest in the state's history Pine Gulch fire near Grand Junction reached one, hundred, thirty, nine, thousand, seven acres before it was fully contained. In late September now Larimer County Justin Sheriff Justin Smith. Said there were indeed structures lost on Wednesday, but it could take some time before a full assessment is made but there were wins reaching well into the seventy mile per hour range overnight Tuesday into Wednesday. Causing a big run on that fire and nine new evacuation orders within twenty four hours. But back to the structures that were lost these aren't the ones that we can get to quickly said Sheriff Smith because they're in a very active fire. Looking days ahead before we're going to be able to get folks back in there now while lower temperatures are expected in the coming days, well, it's still expected to be very active fire conditions. Things will calm down a little, but we're expecting almost if not as much activity Thursday into Friday, we're not through this wave of activity yet this according to incident commander. Damn Dallas expect a couple more days of very hard days while it was a destructive day saw smoke pouring over the front range where's the smoke ASA Denver News outlet the Smith one that well, it could have been so much worse adding it was a bad day but I. Will leave you with this. It could have been very easily it could have very easily been. He reiterated that point could have been a lot worse. We had no reported injuries no deaths a lot fewer structures were impacted than we truly anticipated based on what we saw. Now, the fire has pushed clothes closer to Fort Collins much closer as well to the west side of horse tooth, reservoir but Sheriff Smith says, there's little concern about it causing any evacuations in Fort Collins. Loveland were estes park the heavy timbers that are fueling the fire. Well, they're just not they're they're not available the near to the cities that this fire actually approaches. So now, into its second month of burning the mountains west of Fort Collins fire flared as so many of us witnessed yesterday threatening scores, mountain. Homes, and sending that massive column of smoke above the northern front range. By four twenty. Yesterday afternoon, the fire had crossed a stove prairie road. This is Larimer County Road Twenty seven near Buckhorn Canyon Road County Road Forty Four H.. Officials weren't able at that point to say how far across stowe prairie road the fire had moved. An update on twitter. At Five thirty said, firefighters had been able to slow the spread of the. Fire. East of County Road Twenty seven. That's stowe. Prairie road. Saying that County Road Twenty seven was holding at that point in time. Fire actually shot east of the Colorado State University Mountain campus into that mountainous area northwest of Glenhaven by noon firefighters reported the fire was well established atop the eleven thousand foot signal mountain by two thirty yesterday afternoon. Larimer County Sheriff's Office. Had made its fifth mandatory evacuation order in twenty four hours ordering folks out of horse. Tooth Mountain Park. Bob Cat Ridge Natural Area Mason Ville over he'll drive and all of Risk Canyon including Stratton Park. Shortly after three o'clock a voluntary evacuation order was issued for Laurie State Park West of Fort Collins for thirteen the evacuation was upgraded to a mandatory order Colorado Parks and wildlife officials decided to evacuate the park shortly thereafter and said that it midday there were only four to five year goals in park firefighters God bless them each and everyone relocated resources to stowe prairie road midday yesterday by two thirty yesterday afternoon many firefighters were watching waiting and planning from stove prairie elementary schools. The blaze continued its relentless eastward push father farther south. The Big Thompson Canyon communities of Drake and Glenhaven were placed on evacuation orders bringing the impact of fire related closures to well loved ones Western doorstep. Earlier Wednesday, overnight wind gusts of well upward of seventy miles per hour over the fire prompted mandatory evacuations east to Mason Velez fire crews cleared people from the foothills immediately west of Fort. Collins Loveland. Mason. Vale. is about thirty miles south east of the Colorado State University Mountain. Campus where firefighters entered Wednesday, an ongoing battle save structures Mason Bell located about twelve.
"big thompson canyon" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Called for warmer drier weather and winds from the West northwest gusting up to fifty miles per hour on Monday and today could push the fire up against containment lines on its eastern edge. The fires potential spread to the east where firefighters have established. What they believe are reliable containment lines was listed as moderate in a Monday morning. Update Troy Muller is a planning operations trainee with the team overseeing the firefighter firefighting efforts at the Cameron peak fire. He said, we still have a lot of high winds that were expecting so we're staying real. For the high winds because while that could increase not only the fire activity but the firefighter activity as well. Cruiser staying engaged and aggressively working at all of those areas too good news is those efforts paid off for glacier residents on Monday this as the voluntary evacuation order for the mountain community west of livermore was lifted shortly before three thirty yesterday afternoon the Red Feather Lakes area to the north west of glacier view remained under voluntary evacuation order yesterday afternoon, the US Forest, service expanded its closure of public land in the area. Sunday because of increased fire activity now officials. With the Forest Service's Canyon Lakes Ranger district said in a release, the general area now closed national forest system lands west of the national forest boundary except the Lower Putin Canyon east of the Colorado State for a state park south of the Colorado state line and north of Colorado highway thirty, four This is the Big Thompson Canyon the closure includes all campgrounds, many trails, trail heads, forest service.