Most Campers, Homeowners Allowed Back In Granby Fire

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

A hot shot crew from Craig is on its way to Granby to help put out a 50 acre wildfire burning on a YMCA camp.

Grand County Sheriff Rod Johnson says he hopes crews can put the last of the fire out Tuesday but the work could continue Wednesday.

On Monday, the fire forced the evacuation of 300 campers and counselors from the camp and residents of 118 home were put on standby. All but those closest to the fire have now been allowed back and told they can stay.

The cause of the fire isn't known.


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  • by Zoe Location: Glenwood Springs on Jul 1, 2007 at 02:04 PM
    I was a camper at the YMCA camp during the evacuation and i would just like to say thank you to the red cross for providing cots and blankets and thank you to mad muchies restaurant for providing food for all of us. it was a very interesting experience that i will never forget and the staff did a great job.
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