Fire info center at GSHS |

Fire info center at GSHS

A fire information center will open at 9 a.m. at Glenwood Springs High School.

Evacuees looking for information about the condition of their homes, or people looking to reconnect with others, are encouraged to go to the school today.

“Keep safe first, and hope your home is OK second,” said Ron VanMeter, spokesman for the Garfield County Sheriff’s Department. “Please be as patient as possible. We’ll get through this if we all stick together.”

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