BREAKING: Grasslands Burning Between Loveland and Fort Collins West of Coyote Ridge
UPDATE 2:40 pm (July 22)
#SpringGladeFire 277 acres, 40% contained. Evacuations in place for Stout, voluntary for Rock Ridge. 3 structures threatened, 0 damaged.
— Larimer Sheriff (@LarimerSheriff) July 22, 2017
UPDATE 2:05 pm (July 22)
UPDATE 2:00 pm (July 22):
Loveland Fire Rescue Authority and Poudre Fire Authority and other agencies are responding to a grassland fire, being called the ‘Spring Glade Fire,’ which began just after noon on Saturday (July 22, 2017) just west of Coyote Ridge Natural Area. At last report, 25 acres were burning, with the winds pushing the fire north.
According to the Coloradoan, Rangers have evacuated the Coyote Ridge Trail all the way north to Horsetooth.
Assisting LFRA and PFA are firefighting crews from Fort Collins, Windsor, Wellington, and Longmont; with a single engine air tanker (SEAT) having dropped retardant 1:45 pm.
There is no word of any homes/structures in danger at this time.
— Austin Humphreys (@AustinHumphreys) July 22, 2017