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High Park fire

Colorado Army National Guard Spc. Daniel Evanson, augmentee with the 193rd Military Police Battalion, looks over an updated fire plan with Mark De Gregorio, National Park Service, who is also on call for fire support with various incident management teams, at traffic control point five, the entrance to Rist Canyon, near Fort Collins, Colo., a main fire perimeter access point, June, 15, 2012. The Colorado National Guard is assisting the Larimer Country Sheriff’s office with evacuation and to protect personnel and property during the High Park fire. “It’s very comforting to the people who live up here to have these troops up here securing access to their evacuated homes,” said De Gregorio. Donations of water and food have been provided by local citizens of the region.



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This work, High Park fire, by MSgt Cheresa D. Theiral, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.15.2012

Date Posted:06.26.2012 14:15

Photo ID:612772

VIRIN:120615-Z-IT417-003

Resolution:3872x2592

Size:2.69 MB

Location:FORT COLLINS, CO, USGlobe

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  • Colorado Army National Guard Spc. Daniel Evanson, augmentee with the 193rd Military Police Battalion, looks over an updated fire plan with Mark De Gregorio, National Park Service, who is also on call for fire support with various incident management teams, at traffic control point 5, the entrance to Rist Canyon, near Fort Collins, Colo., a main fire perimeter access point, June, 15, 2012.  The Colorado National Guard is assisting the Larimer Country Sheriff's office with evacuation and to protect personnel and property during the High Park fire. "It's very comforting to the people who live up here to have these troops up here securing access to their evacuated homes," said De Gregorio. Donations of water and food have been provided by local citizens of the region.
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