Horse Park Fire southwest of Norwood almost contained

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Horse Park Fire southwest of Norwood almost contained

Fire officials expect 100 percent containment June 9
Courtesy San Miguel County Sheriff’s Office

The Horse Park fire southwest of Norwood burned through thick timber, but is now 90 percent contained.
An air tanker drops retardant Sunday over the Horse Park Fire above the Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area. The fire started Saturday night after a lightning strike.
The Horse Park Fire is 90 percent contained and is expected to be fully contained by June 9. A small fire crew is working to reinforce the last 10 percent of the containment perimeter on the fire’s eastern edge.
Aurora and Piedra, in Comanche’s band, graze within view of the Horse Park Fire, burning Sunday above the northeastern boundary of Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area in Disappointment Valley.

Horse Park Fire southwest of Norwood almost contained

Courtesy San Miguel County Sheriff’s Office

The Horse Park fire southwest of Norwood burned through thick timber, but is now 90 percent contained.
An air tanker drops retardant Sunday over the Horse Park Fire above the Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area. The fire started Saturday night after a lightning strike.
The Horse Park Fire is 90 percent contained and is expected to be fully contained by June 9. A small fire crew is working to reinforce the last 10 percent of the containment perimeter on the fire’s eastern edge.
Aurora and Piedra, in Comanche’s band, graze within view of the Horse Park Fire, burning Sunday above the northeastern boundary of Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area in Disappointment Valley.
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