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Map: Businesses and homes destroyed, damaged in Marshall Fire

9Wants to Know mapped the locations of destroyed and damaged structures in the Boulder County wildfire.

BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. — Updated estimates released Thursday show 1,091 structures were destroyed and 179 were damaged in the Marshall Fire in Boulder County on Dec. 30.

9Wants to Know used the data provided by the Boulder County Sheriff's Office on the addresses of destroyed and damaged homes and businesses to create a map that shows the areas hit by the Marshall Fire.

Each one of those scores of dots, many overlapping one another in hard-hit neighborhoods, represents lives altered forever.

Click here for a larger version of the map.

Editor's note: This is a list updated with a list of addresses as of January 6, 2022. The map may be missing addresses. If you notice a destroyed or damaged structure that's not on the map, please email Zack Newman: zack.newman@9news.com.

In the list of structures lost provided by the Sheriff's Office, there was a single line that said, "Entire Sagamore subdivision."

On Wednesday, 9NEWS viewer Lior Yaakobi, who lived in that neighborhood, shared photos of the destruction there.

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The Marshall Fire sparked on Thursday in Boulder County and burned 6,026 acres.

The perimeter of the fire was 100% contained, but there were still hot spots within the fire area as of Monday, the incident management team said.

The Community Foundation of Boulder County said Tuesday it has approved a grant to begin immediately dispersing $5 million in direct aid to those impacted by the Marshall Fire. That is just a portion of the $12 million donated to the wildfire relief fund.

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