100 MPH Winds Cause Fast Moving Colorado Wildfires

100 MPH Winds Cause Fast Moving Colorado Wildfires


Thousands of residents were ordered to evacuate Thursday as winds of 160 km/h sparked rapid wildfires in Boulder County, Colorado.

Fallen power lines caused two small grass fires that quickly turned into large fires due to the gusts of wind.

The city of Louisville (population 20,000) was ordered to evacuate.

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Boulder County Office of Emergency Management announced an evacuation order for all residents of Superior, Colorado.

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Residents running out of Costco in Boulder County:

Boulder County Mall to be Evacuated:

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