A wildfire sparked up over the Easter weekend in Eagle County, Colorado spawning evacuation notices and the closure of I-70 between Eagle and Gypsum. The fire began in an area popular with walk-and-wade anglers as well as boaters called “the duck ponds”. As of this morning, investigators have not identified what started the fire.

Thankfully the fire was said to be 20% contained by the end of the weekend, after Sunday’s low winds, firefighters were able to halt any more forward progress by the flames.

You can read more about the out-of-season fire, here!

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