While Spring Glade fire showed no growth, new fires ignite at Chimney Hollow and near Fossil Creek ReservoirA heavy-lift helicopter pulls water from Flatiron Reservoir on Sunday to battle the nearby Chimney Hollow fire. Officials credited the helicopter with the speedy containment of the blaze southwest of Loveland.
Officials say 364 acres burned on Saturday between Loveland and Fort CollinsA helicopter drops a load of water onto a fire Saturday, July 22, 2017, at Coyote Ridge Natural Area between Loveland and Fort Collins. ( Jeff Stahla / Loveland Reporter-Herald )High relative humidity and low winds allowed crews fighting the Spring Glade fire between Loveland and Fort Collins to get an upper hand Saturday night.
Smoke billows from a fire above the cabin at Coyote Ridge Natural Area northwest of Loveland. (Jeff Stahla)A grass fire northwest of Loveland has blackened scores of acres and forced the closures of major county roads and recreation areas. At least three homes have been evacuated, but there have been no reports of injuries or major property damage. The fire was reported about 11 a.m. in the area of Spring Glade Road northwest of Loveland.
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