Lightning Starts Wildfire In Dinosaur
A wildfire sparked by lightning has burned just under 1 square mile in Dinosaur National Monument in northwestern Colorado.
Authorities said Monday the fire is burning in grass, brush and Ponderosa pine trees in a remote part of the monument. It was reported Saturday.
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