KUSA - There are neighborhoods that are gone. There are streets without one home still standing. The damage inside Black Forest is staggering. It's also quite concentrated.

9News has mapped out the extent of the damage using information supplied by the El Paso County Sheriff's Office.

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You can tell that for the most part the fire didn't do much damage south of Shoup Road for example. You can see an area just to the east of where the fire started that is now decimated.

It's widely assumed that the amount of insured losses will top last year's Waldo Canyon Fire in Colorado Springs. That fire burned slightly less than 350 homes and was, at the time, the most destructive wildfire to date. As of last count, the Black Forest Fire has burned 483 homes.

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