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JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. -- The panel that Governor John Hickenlooper put together to review the events that led to the deadly Lower North Fork wildfire completed its work and released its report Monday.

It talked about a lot of things coming together at once to create the fire storm that killed three people and destroyed or damaged more than two dozen homes.

It makes recommendations for changes regarding how prescribed burns are managed. A prescribed burn that went out of control several days after it was started was the cause of the fire.

Residents who lost everything aren't satisfied with the report. They say the wildfire was preventable.

See what they have to say about the report in the video clip.