BLACK FOREST FIRE NOTEBOOK: Help comes in for displaced family

Mike and Frances Vialpando gathered together their children Thursday, June 13, 2013 for the first time since the couple and four of the children lost their homes in the Black forest fire in Colorado Springs, Colo. From left, Michael Vialpando, Ron Vialpando, Frances Vialpando, Mike Vialpando, Theresa Knoll, Lenor Reinhardt, James Vialpando and Bonnie Kruse.  Little more than 36 hours after it started in the Black Forest area northeast of Colorado Springs, the blaze surpassed last June's Waldo Canyon fire as the most destructive in state history. That blaze burned 347 homes and killed two people. (AP Photo/The Colorado Springs Gazette, Mark Reis)  MAGS OUT
Mike and Frances Vialpando gathered together their children Thursday, June 13, 2013 for the first time since the couple and four of the children lost their homes in the Black forest fire in Colorado Springs, Colo. From left, Michael Vialpando, Ron Vialpando, Frances Vialpando, Mike Vialpando, Theresa Knoll, Lenor Reinhardt, James Vialpando and Bonnie Kruse. Little more than 36 hours after it started in the Black Forest area northeast of Colorado Springs, the blaze surpassed last June's Waldo Canyon fire as the most destructive in state history. That blaze burned 347 homes and killed two people. (AP Photo/The Colorado Springs Gazette, Mark Reis) MAGS OUT
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