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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘Carter Lake Fire’

Reservoir Road Fire 100% contained

Reservoir Road Fire Update Sept. 16, 2010 - 8:00 p.m Fire Information: 970-498-5500 Website Info:  www.inciweb.org General Information/Announcements As of 7:00 p.m. this evening, the Reservoir Road fire was declared 100 percent contained. The Great Basin Type 1 Incident Management Team will turn it over to a local Type 3 Incident Management Team in the morning. Numerous firefighters and equipment assigned to the fire will be released tomorrow, however firefighters assigned to ... Full Story

Wednesday evening fire update

General Information/Announcements Firefighters continue to make good progress on containing the Reservoir Road fire.  This afternoon, the Larimer County Sheriff announced that all residents would be allowed to return home.  Residents are asked to avoid driving on the roads early in the morning and in the evening during shift changes by firefighters. Closures/Advisories/Evacuations All roads above the intersection of County Road 18E and County Road 31 are open to residents and fire ... Full Story

Reservoir Road Evacuees get to go home.

Reservoir Road Evacuees get to go home.

Amid cheers of the crowd, Larimer County Sheriff Jim Alderden told the evacuees that they could go home today. He had some cautions for residents. He asked that they limit driving during the hours of 6 to 9 a.m. and 7 to 10 p.m., peak hours for fire crews as they change shifts. “Do not call 911 if you see smoke,” he said. This week there will be hot spots and smoke, but crews are patrolling. “Call the non-emergency number if you must,” he added. He said that most ... Full Story

Official Reservoir Road Fire Update

General Information/Announcements Firefighters continue to make good progress on containment of the Reservoir Road fire. The Incident Management Team will be evaluating the results of today’s suppression efforts and assessing conditions for allowing residents back into their homes. Firefighter and public safety are always first priority and residents will not be allowed back in until it is safe to do so. Closures/Advisories/Evacuations Evacuations: Evacuations are in effect for a ... Full Story

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