Crews are trying to keep a 5-acre fire burning in Rocky Mountain National Park from spreading.
The fire broke out Tuesday about a mile from Grand Lake, which is on the west side of the park. Authorities think it was started by lightning.
A park spokeswoman says no roads have been closed or evacuations ordered by the fire, though the fire has shut down a handful of trails.
Six people from Rocky Mountain National Park, Arapaho National Forest and Grand Lake Fire Protection District battled the fire Tuesday. More resources are expected to arrive Wednesday.
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