Bobcat Power Line Fire still burning, not aggressively growing

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LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. — More than 60 firefighters are continuing to fight the Bobcat Power Line Fire that broke out Thursday afternoon, Loveland Fire Rescue Authority said Thursday.

Nine wildland brush truck and five utility vehicles are with 63 firefighters along the fire line above Bobcat Ridge Natural Area in Larimer County. The fire was first reported at 4 p.m. Thursday.

Weather conditions improved with cold weather and snow in the forecast for later Friday that should help control the fire.

Officials did not give an official containment but they it is not moving or aggressively growing. No evacuations have been ordered.

Officials initially said the fire was 20 to 25 acres but believe it is larger. The cause of the fire and its origin have not been determined.

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