Remembering Black Forest Fire, one year later

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BLACK FOREST, Colo. -- Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of the Black Forest Fire. To date, it's the most destructive fire in Colorado history, scorching more than 14,000 acres and killing two people.

It has still not been determined what caused the fire or whether it was intentionally set, El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa said Tuesday.

One year later, Crosses for Losses provides food, household items and clothing assistance to families affected by the fire.


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