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"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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08:11 min | 1 year ago

"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Well some good news. All things considered putting it into perspective as the cameron. Peak fire holds steady this despite fifty mile per hour wind gusts on saturday. Eight thousand eight now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten. A dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the collision specialists studios working for peace by Sarah out of the fort collins colorado and that was updated Just yesterday at about four o'clock in the afternoon cameron peak fire remains at two hundred thousand eight art. Two hundred and eight thousand. Excuse me six hundred and sixty three acres. Say i'll tell you what that clock thing that's got me going. So we'll do a rewind here. Cameron peak fire reminds remains at the two hundred eight thousand. Six hundred sixty three acres with sixty four percent containment on sunday. Despite those previously mentioned wind gusts up to fifty miles per hour on saturday now unlike earlier in the fire when warmer drier days felt concern for firefighting efforts. Saturdays weather really enhanced our ability to get our jobs done this according to fire behavior analyst. Katie heads During sunday morning video update warmer days are helping crews get access to more areas of the fire. This after last week's heavy snow that brought upwards of two feet one to two feet to the fire stricken areas now beyond that fuels drying out with the fire. Fire area will indeed help. Firefighters wear to center their efforts as they seek to contain the largest wildfire of which cameron peak is in colorado history. He's troublesome coming in at number two. Were beginning to see more smoke in places again this according to operations section chief kyle cannon. We're beginning to see more smoke in places and those of the places then that we're going to focus our energies on and tried to make sure that the fires edge get secure doesn't spread any closer to communities and endanger additional structures now areas still showing heat include some portions of the south edge of the cameron peak fire including near storm mountain and glen haven as well as near the colorado state university mountain campus. Which cannon said showed the most smoke this during saturday's wind event. However he added the good news. Is that the fire really didn't move at all. Fire officials. hope to add containment in the pingree park areas soon. crews will be utilizing drones to look for hot spots and monitor areas of the fire They actually did that yesterday. More than fourteen hundred firefighting personnel assigned to the cameron peak. Fire and the thompson zone of the east Troublesome fire as of sunday though cannon reported additional containment in some areas of the fire including spots along the northern edge as well as buckhorn road. The fires official containment numbers won't be increased until quote crews on the ground can physically walk that perimeter and make sure that any hot spots that could potentially threaten the containment lines are extinguished. Now this is according to the incident command team in a facebook post on sunday mornings. Update additional containment will likely be added to the camera and peak fire numbers within a few more ships. Indeed a good news again According to the incident command team writing in its sunday report. Containment really is the factor of not only having control line in but our confidence that the control line will hold channon went on to say in sunday's video update once we feel very confident that line will not allow the fire to emerge we'll call it contained now. The cameron peak fire unfortunately won't be considered out for some time. Cannon said out will probably be sometime this winter when the national park and the forest service in the county in the state all feels are all feel. I should say like there's no heat left in that fire. Cana went on to say that could be a ways into winter. Perhaps depending on the weather systems now in the thompsons zone of the east troublesome fire. A spot fire. That is being managed by the cameron peak. Fire incident command team crews have been working to put in direct and indirect lines and making good Progress according to cannon across that entire fire thompson zone remains four thousand. Three hundred and forty six acres with sadly no containment but what we know once again as of late yesterday. That cameron peak. Fire does indeed hold steady remaining at two hundred eight thousand six hundred sixty three acres with sixty four percent containment on sunday. This despite those wind gusts of up to fifty miles per hour on saturday. Thirteen now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com. And as you've heard in our news this morning greeley police continue to investigate overnight. Shootings this past In the early morning hours of sunday now. The shootings do here to be unrelated. According to a piece by trevor read in the trip three overnight shootings that left one man with critical injuries. Another with minor injuries this according to a news. Release from the greeley. Pd about eleven. Forty one pm. This past saturday police responded to a disturbance at starlight station. This is at the greeley mall Man was assaulted and knocked unconscious during a fight in the parking lot. According to police as the suspects were fleeing the scene. They fired multiple gunshots multiple rounds into the air. No additional victims were located. Police said they have not yet identified or located the suspect now. Police did not say whether there was any known relationship between the victim and the suspects. How many suspects were involved nor whether there were any suspect vehicle. descriptions available. Police said suspect information is limited in all the shootings and that no additional information as of press time and this appeared. The yesterday was updated Actually this morning In the early hours of the morning but no additional information yet available but it was about an hour later. Two hundred fifty four. Am sunday police responded to a shooting in the one thousand nine hundred block of eleventh avenues. Several people apparently were involved in a dispute disturbance ending with multiple shots being fired. A man was shot once and taken to a local hospital. His injuries were not serious and he has been released. The suspects have not been identified in that shooting nor they've been located. It's not clear from the league. Really police department released. How many people were involved in that disturbance and then at two twenty three am. Sunday police responded to a third shooting. This in the eight hundred block of a twenty eighth avenue. Several people at a halloween party got into disturbance and a gunbattle ensued at some points..

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"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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05:12 min | 1 year ago

"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"By anywhere from one to two feet of snow well, still continues to be worrisome where you from piece by miles blunt heart out of the Fort, Collins Colorado and because this has firefighting crews are still seeing pockets of smoke that continue to concern them pockets of smoke the fire actually burning under this blanket of snow. Now, aerial and ground crews were dispatched Wednesday to view view the fire and see what might be next for firefighters while too troublesome areas include the Cedar Park, Storm Mountain, and north fork trail area this around Glen. And the Comanche peak area near the Colorado State University Mountain Campus This is according to a video incident report released yesterday Joe Shell Hammer captain with the Larimer County Sheriff's Office said in this video update this thing is still alive and we have to pay attention to it smoke from the Thompson zone fire just west of estes park has mostly subsided. Some. Smoke has been detected in the cub lake area of Rocky Mountain National. Park evacuation surrounding estes park have been lifted or downgraded however Rocky Mountain National Park, and much of the Arapaho and Roosevelt national forests remain closed down Thursday just yesterday a mandatory evacuation order was downgraded to voluntary for the west side of Larimer County Road Twenty seven this Buckhorn road from Bob Cat Ridge Natural area north to Larimer county road forty, four H. and. Larimer county road forty, three from stream side drive to storm mountain road. Many of the structure damage assessments have been completed. No new numbers thankfully were repeated on Thursday. But the devastation is absolutely heartbreaking. The number of known destroyed structures is right around four, hundred and forty, two with two, hundred, twenty, two of those being cabins or homes this since the fire started August thirteenth also more evacuation downgrades by the way could be forth coming now. The two thousand twelve high park fire for comparisons of comparison purposes in the lower section of the canyon destroyed two, hundred, fifty, nine homes and three hundred and seventy structures overall now, snowy muddy conditions of the camera peak fire have indeed prevented firefighters from reaching direct lines of the fire. But the hope is that weather conditions will allow for that to happen later this week as. Seasonal weather returns to the area fire officials have said, the snow has been a significant assists of significant help in taming the fire. But no, it won't end the fire on Thursday morning there were one thousand, five, hundred, Fifty, eight personnel assigned to the fire including two hotshots and thirty hand crews one hundred and twelve fire engines, twenty-eight water tenders, fourteen bulldozers, and thirteen helicopters. All Ready. To fight the fire when it returns as of Thursday morning, the Cameron peak fire remained at two hundred and eight, thousand, six, hundred and sixty three acres with sixty four percent containment. The Thomson Zone of the East troublesome fire remained at four, thousand, three, hundred, forty, six acres with no containment. The entire east troublesome fire showed a little more than one thousand acres of increase with a total now of one, hundred, ninety, three, thousand, seven, hundred, and seventy four acres containment of the east troublesome fire increase to thirty percent on Thursday up from twenty percent on Wednesday. So yes, wild at Sunday. Snowfall that dumped anywhere from one to two feet of snow blanketing Cameron Peak Fire did indeed help firefighter shirts. Sadly, the fire continues to burn some twenty nine now thirteen ten, Kfi k a thirteen ten KFI K. A. dot com northern Colorado voice mornings with Gail. Via the auto collision specialists studios coming up markets are on track for the worst month since March and sales are going through the roof who's buying and why he wineman presidential wealth meant management joins us take a deep dive into these topics right around seven thirty, five closing in on.

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"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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07:36 min | 1 year ago

"colorado state university mountain" 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.

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"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Inch of snow Sunday while the northern edge received anywhere from three to five inches. Now that snow was melting quickly Monday though again, that fire, the Cameron Peak Fire began August thirteenth near chambers. Lake in the Upper Putin Candan Canyon burned one, hundred, thirty, four, thousand, five, hundred, fifty, nine acres containment still listed at forty seven percent Muller said he expects that. figure. To grow over the next day or two as cruise shore up containment lines to the north primary concern yesterday was to mop up around structures that had been spared Friday when the fire moved through Colorado State University's mountain campus at Pingree Park and the adjacent Sky Ranch Lutheran Camp Structure Protection work was continuing along Buckeye road to the east of the mountain campus for stove prairie road grows crews were also doing mop-up. Worked to look for, and again, put out any hot spots around structures along Colorado highway fourteen this from the Kelly flats area, just west of stove prairie road to the fish hatchery, and along the long drought road near the top of Cameron Pass crews. We're also monitoring the area round Joe Wright Reservoir on the southwest edge of the fire prevailing winds in that area were expected to push the fire back into itself actually preventing additional spread heavy equipment that had been used to. Build a fire lines on the end of the fire near Crystal Lakes and red feather lakes and a long long draw road for being moved to other areas of greater need. Again by the numbers, the fire acreage for the Cameron peak fire was listed. Monday. At a one, hundred, thirty, four, thousand, five, hundred, fifty, nine, acres three, thousand, two, hundred, two acres from surpassing the two thousand and two Hayman fire this to put it into perspective as.

"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Michelle Vance is the the PR the Chamber President for the Windsor Area Chamber of Commerce and she will be joining us to talk about a ballot initiative that they've got coming up here. In this election yeah. They're still on election coming up in just a couple of a couple of weeks now can you believe it? And it's. This is an important one. It's a very important ballot measure that without if people just look at this on the surface and don't dive in to actually what it means it's GonNa look like well, just trying to raise taxes. It's not that I promise. Let's talk about that with Michelle. It's a little bit later on and we're GONNA attempt to get Kevin Lytle on here in in the next segment because we we missed we missed out on talking with Kevin on. Tuesday afternoon. So we're going to reach out and try and talk to him because you do you remember the findings are they The Independent investigation started for Ceus you those accusations of racism and and everything like that. Well, the findings finally came out and I want to dive into that with Kevin I'll be honest the report was redick use I mean it's just it's so incredibly long that you would have to sit there for hours and hours and go through it and I know that Kevin has so want to talk to him about that as well. And at State softball tomorrow I don't know if you if you heard the game here on Kfi yesterday but the reds advance we get to two teams into that we're going to be following starting tomorrow morning at ten am WanNa talk to Kevin about that opening night of football. Can you believe it? We've got high school football coming up later this evening but right now let's dive into news for Northern Colorado and where should we start? Let's start first with this cameron peak fire. The. Fire jumped again and they can't fire crews ignite fire along Colorado fourteen to protect combs. This is what's so unique about how they how they fight fires and it's something that I don't think a lot of people understand really because they are literally fighting fires with fire and it's so strange to me that that's an effective way to do it. But they did this, they let this fire to try and slow it down Let's look at this here. There's a a new evacuation coming out now to with the CS you Martin Mount Facilities, which is not like I said this these evacuations are just continuing to go but can repeat fire crews plan to use helicopters to drop plastic flammable spheres. Above Colorado highway fourteen to ignite a fire in an unburned island in an effort to protect homes on Wednesday. So they're pulling out all the stops right now this is again out of the Colorado and by miles bloom heart. The good news and I hope that this stays true. The good news about this we are expecting some rain and some possible snow coming up this weekend on Sunday that's going to be very important because every time we've had this prediction of a little bit more rain or snow it hasn't panned out and it needs to it needs to pan out this time. Because this fire now is just ridiculous. It's already up over a hundred and thirty one, thousand acres but they did just evacuate issued a mandatory evacuation for the Pin Green Park Road and the monument Gulch area including the Colorado State. University. Mountain. Campus. This was just this morning six am this morning they issued this because of the spread of this..

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"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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03:15 min | 2 years ago

"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Piece in the Fort Collins Colorado in by Kelly Lyle maps of the Cameron peak fire show it's burned areas to the north east south and west of Colorado State University's mountain campus at Pingree Park. But a school spokesperson said yesterday the fire does not to appear to have reached the campus. The information we have at the fire did not reach it this according to Del Rey Sierra Vala Larimer County Sheriff's Office is in charge of assessing status of structures in the fire, area. Sheriff's Office was sending teams Thursday into areas that burned in the fire flared up. Exploded over the Labor Day weekend more than quadrupling in size from about twenty four thousand acre Saturday morning to more than one, hundred, two, thousand acres, Monday night. Only two areas again, the sheriff's offices where it structure damage from the fire are along a Colorado highway fourteen and the Putter Canyon and in the monument vaults area east of Pingree, Park Road and the C. C. S. U. Campus. Sheriff Justin Smith said again, there may be damaged to structures in the rust the rustic area. And the owners of that historic home just north of Rustic told the Colorado in it indeed had burned down on Monday. Their information came from photos of the property and friends who are volunteer firefighters in the area. That snowstorm. dropped up to fourteen inches. On the fire Tuesday. Yes. It slowed its growth and has given officials the opportunity to go into areas they couldn't previously reach. CSU. Mountain campus by the way as I sixteen hundred Acre site at the West End. Of pingree. Park road along the south. Florida the river sixteen miles west of the Peter. Kenyon little more than an hour's drive from the university's main campus. In Fort Collins, it has cabins for faculty and students, dormitories, classroom buildings a dining hall lodge conference facilities, and a historic ranch with a homestead museum and cemetery. There's also a softball field of volleyball court amphitheater pond. And hiking trails. You announced a one point, two, million dollar gift last week that it plans to use to add its first new academic building to the mountain campus more than fifty years. Let's hope it still standing. Don't hildebrand whose parents spent considerable time on the campus during its early years and graduated from CS. You and nineteen twenty six. Provided the gift that will be used to build the Donald and Esther Harbison experiential learning center but Sky Rance officials waiting information Thursday. On. The status of their camp. This has fire crews started building containment lines to protect the campus and other structures along Pingree Park road this including the nearby Sky Ranch Lutheran.

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"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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02:54 min | 2 years ago

"colorado state university mountain" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"POW. According to Paulhan. It continues to roll smoke into northern front range cities and I'll tell you what we are up at horse tooth over the weekend and Saturday, you couldn't see from the south end of the reservoir seven miles up to the north end of the reservoir. The the smoke was so darn thick. My understanding I wasn't in Fort Collins yesterday but touches some Fort Collins residents that were up at the res- and they said, yeah, that's smoke was just thick in Fort. Collins. Greeley we've had our share of it as well. So the fire grew to twelve, thousand, one, hundred and twenty, four acres Sunday afternoon zero containment. This according to insult web. This is the virtual incident information system that tracks wildfires across the nation. The fire was staffed by a total of a two hundred and ninety eight people including firefighters, of course. That would be the majority of those people as of Sunday evening. So, what damage has the fire near? Canyon caused no structures or campgrounds have been damaged this according to a Sunday update from the Rocky Mountain incident management. Team. Focus focus on Sunday. Wasn't protecting structures and removing nearby fuels. You've got four type one helicopters one tight to helicopter and one type three helicopter working the fire. Now, the fire actually started August. Thirteenth on the Arapaho Ando. Roosevelt. Forest near. Cameron Pass and Chambers Lake type to Rocky Mountain Incident Management Blue Team took over management of the fire on Sunday cause of the fire still under investigation. where. Is the Cameron peak fire? Well, it's about fifteen miles south west of red feather lakes, forty miles north west of Fort Collins. Now, I'd heard sixty miles, but we'll say somewhere between forty and sixty miles north west of Fort Collins fourteen miles west of Colorado state. University's mountain campus. Fire is burning partially. In the Roosevelt National Forest, and the raw wilderness area mapping showed the fire is cross over Colorado fourteen in two spots. Now, this has resulted in some closures on. Colorado, highway. Fourteen. Closed from rustic to Gould along with Lerma River road north of Colorado. Fourteen national forest is closed generally. Within the borders of Pingree Park, road, Manhattan, Road Deadman Road and Western, forest, boundary. So. Once again, these fires continue to rage across the state and local firefighters.

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