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Topic - Amanda Rice
Wildfires damaged more than a dozen Colorado homes over the weekend and forced evacuations for thousands more while shrouding top state tourist destinations in smoke and emptying hotels and campgrounds ahead of the Fourth of July holiday.
"It was just this God-awful orange glow. It was surreal. It honestly looked like hell was opening up," she said Sunday.
"We're used to flooding and tornadoes — nothing like this," said Amanda Rice, who recently moved to the area from Rock Falls, Ill.