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Fern Lake Fire is Now Over 3,500 Acres

The Fern Lake Fire has grown to over 3500 acres near Estes Park

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Snow Falls on Fern Lake Fire

The Fern Lake Fire in Rocky Mountain National Park continues to smolder

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Fern Lake Fire Approaching 800 Acres

The Fern Lake Fire in Rocky Mountain National Park continues to burn, and is currently estimated to be at 30% containment.

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Public Help Sought in Fern Lake Fire [VIDEO]

Authorities are asking for the public's help in determining how the Fern Lake Fire started. Evacuations of hikers and campers, closures of campgrounds and trails, and difficulty for firefighters have ensued since the spark of the blaze.

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Fern Lake Fire Acting Predictably

Thick smoke, difficult conditions and uncertainty abound in the battle against the Fern Lake Fire that is burning inside Rocky Mountain National Park. Gusty winds caused problems for firefighters throughout the day yesterday and aircraft even had trouble determining the size of the fire because of the high winds.

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Fern Lake Fire Update – Fire Advancing Slowly

Difficult conditions and terrain hampered the efforts of firefighters to quell the Fern Lake Fire that is burning inside Rocky Mountain National Park. Windy conditions and steep rugged terrain are allowing the fire to slowly advance

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Fern Lake Fire Could Worsen Today

The wildfire that is burning in Rocky Mountain National Park could grow today. Warmer temperatures and rugged terrain could combine to give firefighters a difficult day.

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Fern Lake Wildfire Burning Near Estes Park

Air support has been called in to assist in fighting a 100- to 150-acre fire burning in Rocky Mountain National Park, southwest of Estes Park.

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