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Jake Bywater, left, with the help of friend Leonard Lasco, right, knocks down hot spots Wednesday, April 18, 2018, in the remains of his 30-foot by 60-foot pole barn that burned in the 117 Fire. Bywater spent the night and day fighting the fire and putting out hot spots. Bywater saved his home but lost the barn, school bus, four boats and the 100-year-old homestead that he and his wife, Kim, had restored. The fire burned 23 homes and about 41,000 acres. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Tom Humiston (left) and others affected by Fire 117 attended an informational meeting with El Paso County Officials at Hanover Junior-Senior High School on Monday, May 14, 2018. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
Photo courtesy Colorado Springs Fire Department.
Colton Emick shops for hats Friday morning at Lids in Aurora. Emick lost his voluminous hat collection April 17 when his family's home burned down in the 117 fire. Lids donated a $1,000 hat shopping spree after Emick's sister-in-law reached out to the company. Courtesy photo.
Two male workers were electrocuted after their truck came in contact with a high voltage power line. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett)
A scrap metal pile caught fire Monday afternoon in southeast Colorado Springs. (Photo courtesy of CSFD/Twitter)
Haze was visible in the Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak areas Monday morning. (Courtesy of City of Colorado Springs)
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