Colorado mountain fire danger increases as autumn begins

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At Summit Fire and EMS Station 12, wildland fire coordinator Kyle Iseminger and other firefighters are getting ready for the fall season by preparing for wildfires. “The fall could be an interesting time for fires,” said Iseminger. Much of the summer moisture is slowing, leaving behind extra-long vegetation that’s now drying out and taking the fire danger from low to high in just a few days. Read more ...