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Jun 10, 2011 6:22 PM by John Romero

Navajo evacuees not allowed back in yet

As fire crews gain the upper hand on the Navajo Fire in Teller County, the conditions remain dangerous. Even with 50% containment today the Teller County Sheriff's Office says many hot spots remain and flare ups are common as winds move through the area. Because of this residents who were evacuated were not allowed to return to their homes. The sheriff's office says the evacuees may be able to return home as early as tomorrow.

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