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Cameron Peak Fire Investigators Request Public Help

Cameron Peak Fire
Poudre Fire Authority
Cameron Peak Fire on Aug. 19, 2020.

Officials are asking the public for assistance to identify the cause of the Cameron Peak Fire.

Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests' fire investigation team is looking for photos of the Cameron Peak Fire from trails located south of the peak.

The most helpful photos would be those taken of active fire near any of the adjacent trails, especially of smoke and flames located around those trails.

Any pictures or additional information can be emailed to SM.FS.usfsarp@usda.gov or call 307-745-2392, option 5, and leave your name and number so law enforcement can contact you.

WILDFIRE TRACKER: Cameron Peak, Williams Fork, Grizzly Creek and Pine Gulch

The Cameron Peak Fire started on Aug. 13 and has reached 16,461 acres with 0% containment as of Thursday afternoon. It is one of four major wildfires in Colorado currently burning over 170,000 acres of land.

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