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Firefighters extinguish trash fire in Adams County

Adams County Fire Rescue responded to the fire at Washington Street and 53rd Avenue.
Credit: Adams County Fire

ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — Firefighters responded to a trash fire in north Denver on Friday morning.

Adams County Fire Rescue said its crews were dispatched to a "large trash fire" and got it under control in the area of North Washington Street and East 53rd Avenue before 8:30 a.m. Friday.

Washington Street was closed between 52nd Avenue and 54th Avenue while fire crews worked to extinguish the flames.

A recycling center, All Recycling North, is located at the intersection where the fire was reported.

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