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Grass fire at Commerce City railyard under control

South Adams County Fire worked with two other agencies to put it out.

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Crews from three agencies responded to a grass fire in Commerce City Sunday afternoon that created smoke that was visible for miles. 

The fire spread to pallets and a nearby railroad cart, in the area of 54th Avenue and Dahlia Street, according to South Adams County Fire. That's just south of where Highway 270 meets Vasquez Boulevard.

No injuries were reported, and everyone involved was treated and released on the scene. 

South Adams said on Twitter they were working with Adams County Fire and Denver Fire to put it out.

Credit: KUSA

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Credit: Marc Sallinger, KUSA

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