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News Release

Fern Lake Fire

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Department: Sheriff
Release Date: Dec 1, 2012

Contact Information:

Larimer County Sheriff's Office
John Schulz, Public Information Officer

Updated evacuation information at 10:30 a.m.

Highway 66 corridor remains in evacuation.

Residents of High Drive and adjacent streets have been notified that they are now on pre-evacuation notice.  The residents in this area may return home, presenting identification to law enforcement at the High Drive road block.  No others will be allowed in the area.

Residents who were evacuated earlier today from the west side of Mary's Lake Road and all adjacent streets are now allowed to return home and are on pre-evacuation notices.  Access to the neighborhood is unrestricted.

Evacuees should meet at Estes Park High School at 1600 Manford Avenue.  Information is provided to evacuees on site.

All public events at Estes Park High School have been canceled for today, including the Oratory performance.

Large animals may be taken to the Stanley Park Fairgrounds at 1209 Manford Avenue.

5:05 a.m.

Due to the growth of the Fern Lake Fire evacuations have been ordered in Estes Park for:
 

Highway 66 and all adjacent streets including the YMCA

High Drive and all adjacent streets

 

Marys Lake Road up to Moraine Ave to Marys Lake on the West side 

 

Evacuees should meet at Estes Park High School at 1600 Manford Avenue in Estes Park
 
Large animals may be taken to the Stanley Park Fairgrounds 1209 Manford Avenue

 

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