A video from Rocky Mountain National Park shows the damage from the East Troublesome and Cameron Peak wildfires.
Firefighter Walks Through Burn Area In Rocky Mountain National Park After Cameron Peak, East Troublesome Fires
Colorado wildfires update: East Troublesome and Cameron Peak smolder as snow slowly melts: by @kierannicholson
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
In Rocky Mountain National Park the "East Troublesome Fire" has already burned an area larger than the city of Chicago, and firefighters only have a small fraction of it contained. It also threatens to merge with the nearby "Cameron Peak Fire". @OmarVillafranca has the latest:
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.