Evacuations lifted in Hermosa area; residents, businesses can return

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Evacuations lifted in Hermosa area; residents, businesses can return

Fire officials hold community meetings today; storm cools 416 Fire, but it’s not out
Rain falls on the 416 Fire burn area near Hermosa Creek on Sunday morning. A flash flood warning was in effect until 9 a.m.
Hermosa Creek flows a little higher on Sunday morning with little ash coming down from the 416 Fire burn area.
Rain falls on the 416 Fire burn area near Hermosa Creek on Sunday morning. A flash flood warning was in effect until 9 a.m.

Evacuations lifted in Hermosa area; residents, businesses can return

Rain falls on the 416 Fire burn area near Hermosa Creek on Sunday morning. A flash flood warning was in effect until 9 a.m.
Hermosa Creek flows a little higher on Sunday morning with little ash coming down from the 416 Fire burn area.
Rain falls on the 416 Fire burn area near Hermosa Creek on Sunday morning. A flash flood warning was in effect until 9 a.m.

Evacuations lifted in Hermosa area; residents, businesses can return

Evacuations lifted in Hermosa area; residents, businesses can return

Residents crowd around a map of the 416 Fire while Type 1 Interagency Management Team spokesman Scot Davis explains Sunday’s planned fire operations. About 20 people came to the public information meeting at Durango Joes in Town Plaza on Sunday morning. The meeting was one of four community meetings being held Sunday about fire operations.

Evacuations lifted in Hermosa area; residents, businesses can return

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