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A wildfire in Colorado has forced 19,000 people to flee their homes.

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8,000 households and 7,000 buildings were ordered to evacuate. Boulder Fire-Rescue reports that a wildfire has grown to 122 acres (49 hectares) with no control. The fire has been dubbed the NCAR fire by authorities, and the cause has yet to be determined. Blaze is in an area where a fire last year damaged 1,000 homes. After evacuation orders for 8,000 houses and 7,000 structures were issued, the Boulder Office of Emergency Management stated an overnight shelter was created. She shared a photo on Twitter that alluded to climate change, which has made the West of the United States warmer and drier in the last 30 years and, according to experts, will continue to make weather more intense and wildfires more devastating.

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