Investigators visit home near where Black Forest Fire started

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EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. — Investigators visited a home Tuesday near where the Black Forest Fire started.

That fire killed two people and became the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history in terms of number of homes destroyed.

The investigators were searching for evidence at the home which is near the 40-by-40 foot area where the fire started.

Investigators asked construction workers at the home to leave, they took pictures, and then turned the home back over to construction workers.