Fire burning in Rocky Mountain National Park

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Smoke from a fire burning in the Cub Lake area of Rocky Mountain National Park Tuesday afternoon obscures the afternoon sun.

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Neal

Fort Collins, CO

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Oct 10, 2012
 
This is so unusuall for a fire to start in the mountains! I know it has been dry up there, but still there hasn't been any rain or any thunder or lighting in the last week. How was this started?
Mark Edwards

Parker, CO

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Oct 10, 2012
 
Has the Park' Service policy of "let it burn" been changed?

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