Investigators are seeking the public’s help for possible leads to the exact cause of the Waldo Canyon Fire. U.S. Forest Service Investigators are looking for people who were in the Waldo Canyon area at or around time of ignition and may have seen something that will help the investigators.  If you were in the Waldo Canyon or Pyramid Mountain area on Friday  6/22 or Saturday 6/23 please call 719-477-4205 and leave your name, contact number and someone will return your call.  Investigators are hoping that with the public’s help, they can determine the cause of the Waldo Canyon Fire.

 

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