East Troublesome Fire Evacuation Map, Update As Huge Blaze Engulfs Homes in Grand Lake, Colorado

Evacuation orders are in effect in parts of Grand County, Colorado, following the East Troublesome fire, which is burning near Grimes Peak in the Arapaho National Forest.



a tree with a mountain in the background: An image of Littleton, Colorado, where the Chatridge 2 fire burned 461 acres south of Denver back in June. Another blaze, the East Troublesome fire in Grand County, was reported to have burned down homes on Wednesday.


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An image of Littleton, Colorado, where the Chatridge 2 fire burned 461 acres south of Denver back in June. Another blaze, the East Troublesome fire in Grand County, was reported to have burned down homes on Wednesday.

Fire activity “increased significantly” on Wednesday night and the blaze is impacting the Highway 34 corridor and the Grand Lake area, according to the latest report from the Incident Information System of the National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG).

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Houses were burning down, according to fire dispatches from firefighters on Wednesday night, with hundreds evacuated from the Grand Lake area.

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The blaze, which was at around 19,000 acres

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