Brush fire near Sedalia contained to 18 acres

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DOUGLAS COUNTY,  Colo. -- Crews from at least four fire department responded to a brush fire near Sedalia in Douglas County late Saturday afternoon.

By Saturday evening, the fire was 100 percent contained and had burned 18 acres, South Metro Fire Rescue said.

South Metro Fire Rescue said the fire burned south of Highway 67 and west of Highway 85. Video showed the fire burning near some railroad tracks.

The Colorado State Patrol said roads were open, but there were delays on Highway 67.

Emergency crews reported the fire was under control at about 5 p.m. after burning 10 acres.

"No injuries, no structures damaged, unknown cause at this time," South Metro Fire Rescue said.

Crews continued to battle flames inside the containment zone as many trees and power poles were involved in the fire.


Fire location is south of Highway 67 and west of Highway 85