Along with dozens of other local, national and international journalists, we toured Mountain Shadows yesterday and got a firsthand look at the destruction that the Waldo Canyon Fire wreaked on its neighborhoods. What was most immediately apparent was how little the fire spared and how randomly it seemed to discriminate.

(Images by Noel Black and audio by Andrea Chalfin).

 

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