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The Stateline Fire has nearly 11,000 acres burning in southeast Colorado

Danika Worthington The Denver Post
The Stateline Fire burns near Clayton, New Mexico Saturday.
Albuquerque Fire Department via Twitter

The Stateline Fire, a blaze spanning three states, is now up to 26,821 acres with 40 percent containment.

The fire started on private property in New Mexico on Thursday morning and crossed into Colorado Saturday morning, according to New Mexico State Forestry.

As of Sunday night, 10,960 acres were burning in Colorado’s Las Animas and Baca counties and 10 acres were burning in Oklahoma.

Read more on “Stateline Fire now burning more than 26,000 acres across Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma” from The Denver Post.


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