A new wildfire is burning on Monday near the area of Stag Hollow Road and Glade Road.  Loveland Fire Rescue Authority is on the scene battling the wildfire.

Currently, there are have been voluntary evacuations enacted for Masonville and the southern area of Horsetooth Reservoir. Residents in the area of Glade Road east to Rim Rock Valley Lane and West County Road 38E south to Muley Park Road have received the message for voluntary evacuations.

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Residents in this area should start to move livestock and pets out of the start in the preparation of mandatory evacuations. To be updated on this wildfire, residents can text the word LCEVAC to 888777 and key information will come via text message as needed.

As of Monday afternoon at 1 p.m., the wildfire is estimated to be 10 acres and zero containment. Along with the Loveland Fire Rescue Authority, two single-engine air tankers are assisting in battling the blaze. Fire crews and aircraft are currently dealing with erratic winds.

Source: Loveland Fire Rescue Authority Facebook

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