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New wildfire sparks near Kremmling, State Bridge Sunday afternoon

Gutzler Fire from west side of Cottonwood Road.
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A new wildfire sprung to life Sunday afternoon in rugged, mountainous terrain near Kremmling.

The Gutzler fire, as officials have named it, is about 14 miles southwest of Kremmling and 9 miles east of the hamlet of State Bridge. The fire is burning on U.S. Forest Service land in the mountains to the west of Green Mountain Reservoir.

According to a Twitter post from the Forest Service, the fire is about 200 acres. There are no reports of structures threatened.

Read more from The Denver Post.

More on the fire from InciWeb.


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