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It's hard to forget the images of flames leaping across the treetops last month as the East Troublesome Fire in Grand County exploded from a 20,000-acre fire to more than 100,000 acres overnight.

Firefighters were able to save all but 27 of 456 homes in the Columbine Lake area when the East Troublesome Fire exploded. Now, the community is coming together to help those who lost homes – including several firefighters – to rebuild their “paradise.”

Six Colorado breweries banded together to brew East Troublesome pale ale, and 100% of proceeds go to wildfire relief

'It was just the perfect storm' | Grand County firefighters fought to save Grand Lake from burning during East Troublesome Fire

Bear Lake Road in Rocky Mountain National Park reopened Thursday, four weeks after it was closed due to the encroachment of the East Troublesome fire.

The popular area finally reopened Thursday, four weeks after it closed because of the East Troublesome fire. via for @johnmeyer  @coloradoutdoors 

More Trails Reopen In Rocky Mountain National Park After East Troublesome Fire

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A video from Rocky Mountain National Park shows the damage from the East Troublesome and Cameron Peak wildfires.

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Rocky Mountain National Park - the "crown jewel" of Colorado - sits between the East Troublesome and Cameron Peak wildfires. Fires rage on both sides Continental Divide. This picture from officials shows the view from the park's Coyote Valley Trailhead area. #ColoradoFires 

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The East Troublesome Fire is continuing to devastate parts of northern Colorado, swallowing homes and businesses in its path. Long lines of cars made their way out of the area as the fire continued to grow Thursday.

Aerial view shows smoke billowing from the East Troublesome Fire in Colorado, that has now burned at least 170,000 acres and is just 5% contained, becoming the second largest wildfire in Colorado history.

'PITCH BLACK': Colorado firefighters shared footage showing darkened skies on Thursday afternoon as the fast-growing East Troublesome Fire continues to burn west of Denver.

UPDATE: As strong winds relentlessly drove the East Troublesome fire on Thursday, a cold front with cloudy skies and some precipitation calmed down the Cameron Peak fire and two wildfires — CalWood and Lefthand Canyon — burning in Boulder County.

Officials are worried that two of Colorado's largest wildfires – the East Troublesome Fire and Cameron Peak Fire – could merge. Nearly 190,000 acres have burned and crews are prioritizing saving lives over dousing flames. @PattersonNBC  has the details.

The East Troublesome Fire is continuing to devastate parts of northern Colorado, swallowing homes and businesses in its path. Long lines of cars made their way out of the area as the fire continued to grow Thursday.

The sky in Colorado turned this unsettling shade of orange as flames from the East Troublesome wildfire continued to threaten Estes Park and prompted the closure of Rocky Mountain National Park. More than 125k acres have been burned as of Thursday afternoon.

Update: Grand Lake evacuated The town of Grand Lake is being evacuated due to the East Troublesome Fire. If you live in the area, leave immediately.

The East Troublesome Fire, in Grand County, has exploded this afternoon in Fire Imagery. Those in mandatory evacuation areas should evacuate immediately!!! #cowx  #cofire  #EastTroublesomeFire 

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