DENVER (AP) — Firefighters from Colorado and Wyoming will help battle wildfires burning in Canada.
One hundred firefighters from five crews — three from Colorado and two from Wyoming — left Denver on a Canadian chartered jet on Wednesday bound for Edmonton, Alberta. A spokesman for the Rocky Mountain Area Coordination Center, Larry Helmerick, said they are scheduled to fight fires for two weeks before returning to Denver.
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Last week, Colorado sent one of its two wildfire planes to Fairbanks, Alaska to help respond to fires there.