Small wildfire spotted 10 miles south of Rifle | AspenTimes.com

Small wildfire spotted 10 miles south of Rifle

Josh Carney
Glenwood Springs Post Independent
A wildfire near Middle Mamm Creek can be seen from a forest service airplane.
White River National Forest/Courtesy Photo

According to a report from the White River National Forest, firefighters spotted a small wildfire Tuesday that is currently less than an acre about 10 miles south of Rifle near Middle Mamm Creek.

At this time, no structures are threatened, according to the Forest Service. Smoke may be visible from I-70.

This is a developing story. Updates will be provided as they become available throughout the day.


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