The Marshall fire destroyed more than 1,000 homes, damaged more than 100 more and caused over $500 million in damages, making it the most destructive wildfire in the state’s history, according to Boulder County officials. At least one life was lost and seven commercial buildings were also claimed in the blaze.
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In light of the historic level of devastation, several local funds have been set up to help victims of the tragedy:
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The Colorado Healing Fund is collection donations to assist victims of the Dec. 29, Denver and Lakewood shootings that claimed the lives of five individuals and injured several others. Visit coloradogives.org/COHealingFund to help.
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