Provided by El Paso County, Monday evening (6/25)

CIERRE:

US 24 cerrado en las dos direcciones entre Cave of the Winds y Crystola.

Red Rock Canyon Espacio Abierto, Parqué de Garden of the Gods, Palmer Park, Cheyenne Canon Park, Pikes Peak Highway y High Drive estan CERRADOS. Por favor evite juntarse afuera a mirar la actividad del incendio y mejor sig alas noticias atraves de la prensa local.

Memorial Outpatient Rehab in Woodland Park estara cerrado mañana.

ORDENES DE EVACUACIONES OBLIGATORIAS:

Farish y Carrol Lake areas por Rampart Range Road.

Subdivicion de Cedar Heights y Mountain Shadows sur de Chuck Wagon Road.

Limites son Rampart Range Road al Oeste y todo al Oeste de la calle 30 y Centennial del Gateway Road norte de Chuck Wagon.

Cascade, Chipita Park y Green Mountain Falls.

Las ordenes de evacuaciones de Manitou Springs fue levantado a las 8:00 p.m. del domingo. Esto no incluye Crystal Park inencorporado a el Condado de El Paso.

A las Alturas de evacuaciones, aproximadamente 13,542 residentes fueron amenazados. Ninguna estructura fue perdida y ninguna lastimadura reportada.

Carros de Bomberos estan en subdiviciones evacuadas para protección. El Departamento de Polecia de Colorado Springs y el Aguacil del Condado de El Paso tambien estan en esta area para seguridad y funcionaria del cierre. Por favor de respetar todas las barreras del cierre para su seguridad y los primeros auxcilios.

Si usted es evacuado, NO apague su gas. Esto es base a las Utilidades de Colorado Springs que estaran hacienda un apagón massivo, si es necesario.

Black Hills Energy á apagado el gas en Cascade como una precaución (CORRECCION: no a Green Mountain Falls).

 

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