According to KKTV, health officials have issued an advisory for southern Colorado related to smoke generated by the fires near the Colorado/New Mexico border, and one burning in Arizona. Officials are encouraging residents to limit outdoor activities.
Dispatchers in Colorado Springs are reminding residents not to call 911 about the smoke, unless actual flames are spotted (KRDO).
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