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Hundreds of homes destroyed in Colorado wildfire

991 homes were destroyed and 127 were damaged in the Marshall Fire, according to the Boulder County Sheriff's Office.

BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. — Nearly 1,000 properties were destroyed in the Marshall Fire, Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle said Saturday afternoon. 

Pelle broke down the number of damaged and destroyed properties into the following areas:

  • Louisville - 553 destroyed, 45 damaged
  • Superior - 332 destroyed, 60 damaged
  • Unincorporated Boulder County (primarily west of Superior towards Marshall and El Dorado Springs) - 106 destroyed, 22 damaged

The sheriff's office on Saturday released a preliminary list of properties destroyed. The list can be found on the Boulder County website.

In total, the sheriff's office currently estimates 991 structures were destroyed, and 127 were damaged. There were about 2,000 homes within the fire perimeter.

> The latest on the fire.

The loss of homes makes the Marshall Fire the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history.

The image below shows the perimeter of the fire.

Credit: InciWeb
Fire boundary as of Friday morning.

Tens of thousands of people were evacuated due to the fire, which has burned about 6,200 acres as of Friday morning. 

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