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Golf Course Fire in Grand County is 100 percent contained

As of Saturday night, all previously closed roads in the area have reopened as the fire is 100 percent contained.

GRAND COUNTY - The Golf Course Fire burned more than 60 acres near Rocky Mountain National Park in Grand County before being fully contained, according to a tweet from Grand Lake Fire.

Lt. Dan Mayer with the Grand County Sheriff's Office said Saturday evening that the fire was fully contained and that all roads in the area of Grand Lake have reopened.

Firefighters will watch the blaze overnight as it is still smoldering, Mayer said.

All evacuations orders have been rescinded.

Firefighters responded to the Golf Course Fire burning off County Road 48 near the town of Grand Lake around 2:30 p.m. Friday.

Multiple crews from Grand Lake Fire, East Grand Fire, Hot Sulphur Springs, EMS and the Sheriff's Office all responded to the fire.

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