Wolf fire update

By: KKCO - Email
By: KKCO - Email

MOFFAT COUNTY, Colo (KKCO) Officials say lighter winds Saturday allowed crews to work building fire lines. Helicopters and single engine air tankers were able to fly, and drop retardant or water as needed. The fire has grown to just over 6,100 and there are currently 200 people working to fight it.

Officials say lighter winds Saturday allowed crews to work building fire lines. Helicopters and single engine air tankers were able to fly, and drop retardant or water as needed.

The fire has grown to just over 6,100 acres, and there are currently 200 people working to fight it.

Fire crews are working with Moffat County and the sheriff's office as the fire has burned on to private land.


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