Crews are building a fire line on the southwest side of a 2.3-square-mile wildfire in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Park officials said Thursday crews set up pumps to draw water from a creek to help with firefighting.
About 60 people are fighting the fire.
The fire, which is 40 percent contained, started Oct. 9. The cause is still under investigation.
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