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Photo: Wreckage

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07 January 2022

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Episcopalians in Boulder County are among those affected by a wildfire in Colorado, the Episcopal News Service reports. The Marshall fire destroyed 1000 homes and burned more than 6000 acres in the Louisville suburb, north-west of Denver, an area already suffering from severe drought, on 30 and 31 December. Some parishioners lost their homes. Two people were still missing earlier this week, the press reported. An initial grant for recovery has been provided by Episcopal Relief and Development

 

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