Crews working on hotspots burning from Beulah Hill Fire

The Beulah Hill Fire on Tuesday afternoon / Kalyn McMackin - FOX21 News
The Beulah Hill Fire on Tuesday, October 4 / Kalyn McMackin - FOX21 News

PUEBLO, Colo. — Fire crews are continuing to work on over a dozen interior hotspots still burning from the Beulah Hill Fire.

The fire is now 95 percent contained and has consumed 5,232 acres.

Crews are working to put out 16 hotspots, officials said.

The State of Colorado’s Division of Fire Protection and Control continues to maintain oversight of the fire and is expected to remain there through at least Friday.

The Donation and Distribution Center at the Colorado Building on the Colorado State Fairgrounds will be closed Wednesday, October 12 due to Hillary Clinton’s campaign stop in Pueblo. It will reopen on Thursday, October 13 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

>> Click here to see a list of items that can be donated.

>> Click here for more ways to help those affected by the Beulah Hill Fire.

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