Aurora firefighters extinguish brush fire

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AURORA, Colo. — Firefighters in Aurora worked to put out a brush fire late Tuesday night.

It broke out in the area of North Airport Boulevard and East 22nd Avenue, fire officials said.

Firefighters said conditions were breezy and temperatures earlier in the day reached around 70 degrees.

It did not take firefighters long to extinguish the flames; it was under control by 9 p.m.

No structures were damaged.

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