Colorado's Marshall Fire: redefining the wildland urban interface and the notion of fire season
THE NEWS: The fast-moving Marshall Fire tore through suburbs on Colorado’s Front Range on Dec. 30, destroying 991 structures and damaging 127 others in a single afternoon and evening. Two people remain missing. The exact ignition point and source of the fire are still under investigation—early reports that a downed utility line provided the original spa…
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