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PHOTOS: Grizzly Creek Fire

Fire crews work to battle the Grizzly Creek Fire as it shoots down the ridge into No Name Canyon on Tuesday afternoon after the fire initially started on Interstate 70 on Monday at MM 120.
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A man watches from the Grand Avenue Pedestrian Bridge as smoke billows from the Grizzly Creek Fire in Glenwood Canyon on Monday afternoon.
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People float down the Colorado River as smoke billows from the Grizzly Creek Fire in Glenwood Canyon on Monday afternoon.
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The Grizzly Creek Fire blows back up in No Name Canyon on Tuesday afternoon after the fire initially started along Interstate 70 on Monday at MM 120.
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A man watches and takes photos of the Grizzly Creek Fire as it blows up in No Name Canyon on Tuesday afternoon after the fire initially started along Interstate 70 on Monday at MM 120.
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Fire crews work to battle the Grizzly Creek Fire as it shoots down the ridge into No Name Canyon on Tuesday afternoon after the fire initially started on Interstate 70 on Monday at MM 120.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
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Fire crews work to battle the Grizzy Creek Fire as it shoots down the ridge into No Name Canyon on Tuesday afternoon after the fire initially started on Interstate 70 on Monday at MM 120.
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The Grizzly Creek Fire blows back up in No Name Canyon on Tuesday afternoon after the fire initially started on Interstate 70 on Monday at MM 120.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
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Fire crews work to battle the Grizzly Creek Fire as it shoots down the ridge into No Name Canyon on Tuesday afternoon after the fire initially started on Interstate 70 on Monday at MM 120.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
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Fire crews work to battle the Grizzly Creek Fire as it shoots down the ridge into No Name Canyon on Tuesday afternoon after the fire initially started on Interstate 70 on Monday at MM 120.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
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An airtanker flys around the smoke plume billowing from the Grizzly Creek Fire as it explodes on the south side of the Colorado River above Glenwood Canyon.
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