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Smoke above Keystone comes from controlled burn

Summit Daily staff report

Smoke rising from a controlled burn at the Summit County Landfill.
Susan Gilmore / SGilmore@summitdaily.com

There’s a cloud of smoke lingering over Keystone and areas of Dillon today, though officials say it’s nothing to worry about.

Summit Fire & EMS public information officer Steve Lipsher said the smoke was the result of a controlled burn taking place at the Summit County Landfill. The smoke is expected to dissipate quickly.


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