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Cameron Peak Fire video update from John Norton-Jensen, planning operations trainee for the Northwest Incident Management Team, on Sept. 29, 2020.

Fort Collins Coloradoan

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The Cameron Peak Fire’s 22,000-acre run over the weekend resulted in 39 buildings destroyed and two structures severely damaged, according to the Larimer County Damage Assessment Team. Eight of the structures destroyed were homes.

That brings the fire’s structure damage to 95, including 33 homes. The 2012 High Park in the lower section of the Poudre Canyon destroyed 259 homes.

David Moore, Larimer County Sheriff’s spokesperson, said the breakdown of the recent destruction includes:

Colorado Highway 14 corridor (Colorado Parks and Wildlife to Rustic): 14 structures burned: Five