Authorities have ordered evacuations in Colorado and Utah as new forest fires blaze in the states.
The Range Fire and Fire Canyon Fire have already blown thousands of acres in Utah in less than a day, with the cause of both fires still under investigation.
According to Utah authorities, the Fire Canyon Fire is believed to have been caused by humans.
The Range Fire has burned approximately 1,500 acres and is now 0% in. However, authorities warned that homeowners may be able to return to their homes sometime on Sunday.
OFFICIALS SAY WILDFIRE IN THE NATIONAL FOREST OF ARIZONA IS “0% INCLUDED”
The Boulder Office of Emergency Management announced that nearly 900 homes have already been evacuated.
“It’s still too dynamic to get in and even assess where those homes have been damaged or lost,” said Mike Wagner, a member of the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office.
No deaths or injuries have been reported and a cause of the CalWood fire has not yet been determined, authorities said.
New forest fires have continued to spread across parts of the western United States, spreading rapidly over the course of a day, consuming thousands of acres.
In Arizona, the horse fire has consumed nearly 8,500 acres since it started Thursday, the Daily Courier reported.
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Residents of Crown King, near Prescott National Forest, were evacuated from the area over the weekend when the fire raged nearby. Authorities fear that the fire will damage necessary communication structures, making it even more difficult to fight and contain the fire.