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Gazette Premium Content Ben Garland's grandparents at risk again with fire near Colorado Springs

By MIKE KLIS The Denver Post - Updated: June 11, 2013 at 9:55 pm
photo - Family finally moves into a new home and a new fire starts one mile from them. #unbelievable pic.twitter.com/jf9RrGzs8d (Tweet from Ben Garland, former Air Force football player currently with the Broncos) + caption
Family finally moves into a new home and a new fire starts one mile from them. #unbelievable pic.twitter.com/jf9RrGzs8d (Tweet from Ben Garland, former Air Force football player currently with the Broncos)
By MIKE KLIS The Denver Post - Updated: June 11, 2013 at 9:55 pm • Published: June 11, 2013

Not again. It was June last year when Hal and Sharon Garland - grandparents of Broncos then-defensive tackle Ben Garland - lost their home to the Waldo Canyon fire. The Garlands had just moved into a Black Forest neighborhood a tad north of Colorado Springs when they were forced to evacuate...

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It was June last year when Hal and Sharon Garland - grandparents of Broncos then-defensive tackle Ben Garland - lost their home to the Waldo Canyon fire.

The Garlands had just moved into a Black Forest neighborhood a tad north of Colorado Springs when they were forced to evacuate Tuesday because of a Black Forest fire that has several homes ablaze in a nearby Cathedral Pines neighborhood.

Ben Garland has been moved from defensive tackle to offensive guard this summer.

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