Hilary and Josh Embrey’s home in Buckskin Heights in Masonville, Colorado was destroyed in the Cameron Peak Fire.
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The number of homes and structures damaged by the Cameron Peak Fire continues to grow.
As of Monday, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office spokesman David Moore said there have been 434 reported structures damaged by the Cameron Peak Fire since it started Aug. 13. Of those, 426 were destroyed, and the rest received major or minor damage.
Of those damaged or destroyed, 209 are homes, 208 area outbuildings and 17 were designated as businesses that were part of the Shambahla Mountain Center.
Twenty-six primary residences have been affected by the fire, Larimer County Director of Emergency Management Lori Hodges told county commissioners Tuesday morning.
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In the latest run of the Cameron Peak Fire that began Oct. 14, more than 330 structures, including at least 114 residences, were destroyed.
Structure assessments are ongoing, including in the Crystal Mountain area, which by some unofficial reports was heavily damaged.
Though hampered by the winter weather, structure assessment crews will continue their work Tuesday, fire information over Kale Casey said during a Tuesday morning operations briefing, noting in particular the areas of Cedar Park, Storm Mountain, The Retreat and Glen Haven.
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Coloradoan content coach Sarah Kyle contributed to this report.
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