Emergency evacuations continue in Colorado
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colorado -- Emergency evacuations continue for a massive wildfire in Colorado just west of Denver.
Homes in a three-mile radius have been evacuated for the Lime Gulch fire. The wildfire likely started from lightning Tuesday.
So far more than 150 acres have burned. Strong winds are making it hard for firefighters to get it under control.
For some this is the second year they have dealt with the threat.
"If it gets down by my house and jumps the river, it's going to be where the fire burned last year," said wildfire evacuee Arkansas Smith.
Crews are battling the fire from above with water.
The fire danger is expected to go up over the next few days with dry air and windy conditions.