LARIMER COUNTY, Colo — A 7-acre fire that started in Larimer County on Sunday is now fully contained.
The U.S. Forest Service said the Arrowhead Fire was fully contained as of Tuesday afternoon.
The fire was burning in the area of Highway 14 and Arrowhead, according to the Canyon Lakes Ranger District.
In a tweet around 2:06 p.m. Sunday, the Larimer County Sheriff's Office issued voluntary evacuations from Arrowhead Lodge east to Riverside Drive, including residences on Riverside Drive. Residents were asked to gather essential items and prepare to evacuate.
The Sheriff's Office lifted those evacuation notices just before 8 p.m. Sunday.
"Successful initial attack on the #ArrowheadFire thanks to early spring conditions + previous prescribed & natural burns in area," the Forest Service said in a tweet. "Crews will continue work in challenging terrain to complete containment by tomorrow and no significant fire growth expected overnight."
The Sheriff's Office said the Larimer County Dive Rescue team used boats to help firefighters and equipment get across the Poudre River safely.
Highway 14 was closed between Arrowhead Lodge and Rustic due to the fire activity. The highway reopened around 7:30 p.m.
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