(Worthy News) – More than 500 homes in Colorado have burned down as the state prepares for snowstorms.
The fires building in Boulder County, Colorado, have already destroyed at least 580 houses as of Thursday evening, more than any wildfire in Colorado state history, Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle said in a press statement. This count does not include the homes that burned in all parts of Boulder County, such as Louisville, or the businesses affected by the fire.
While officials have not released estimates, it is believed that the fire could be “twice as destructive as the Black Forest Fire” that hit Colorado a decade ago, according to KDVR.
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