JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colorado — A wildfire is fully contained after burning about 10 acres on the Lockheed Martin property in Jefferson County Sunday afternoon, according to South Metro Fire Rescue (SMFR).
According to a tweet posted on the SMFR Twitter page just after 1 p.m., two acres of tall grass were burning west of the hog back with a rapid rate of spread. Firefighters were directly attacking the flames, SMFR said.
No injuries were reported and no structures were threatened, according to SMFR.
At around 1:50 p.m., SMFR tweeted that the fire was fully contained after burning about 10 acres. They said firefighters would remain on the scene for a while to extinguish hot spots.
The fire's cause has not yet been released.
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