Oct 112012
 

Author: Kirsten Swanson

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CTV Reporter Kirsten Swanson went up to Rocky Mountain National Park. A 660 acres fire has been burning since Tuesday afternoon in the east side of the park. Fire officials cannot get into the area where the fire is burning because it is located in an area where tree cover is thick and the hillside is steep. Two helitankers have made runs throughout the day to drop water on the fire. A cold front should be coming through the area Thursday night. Officials are looking for some moisture out of that storm.

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