Burro Fire grows to 4,388 acres; smoke advisory goes into effect

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Burro Fire grows to 4,388 acres; smoke advisory goes into effect

Efforts in 416 Fire move to the northeast
The smoke plumes from the 416 Fire north of Durango, left, and the Burro Fire east of Dolores, right, photographed on June 29.
An infrared mapping flight about 12:05 a.m. Sunday showed small growth in the Burro Fire northeast and southwest of Bear Creek, southwest across the Aspen Loop Trail and southeast toward the Highland/Colorado Trail. The Burro fire was estimated at 4,388 acres, and less than 2 miles from the 416 Fire at its southeast corner.

Burro Fire grows to 4,388 acres; smoke advisory goes into effect

The smoke plumes from the 416 Fire north of Durango, left, and the Burro Fire east of Dolores, right, photographed on June 29.
An infrared mapping flight about 12:05 a.m. Sunday showed small growth in the Burro Fire northeast and southwest of Bear Creek, southwest across the Aspen Loop Trail and southeast toward the Highland/Colorado Trail. The Burro fire was estimated at 4,388 acres, and less than 2 miles from the 416 Fire at its southeast corner.
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