More Evacuations In Colorado Even As Firefighters Post Some Wins04:58
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An aircraft lays down a line of fire retardant between a wildfire and homes in the dry, densely wooded Black Forest area northeast of Colorado Springs, Colo., Thursday, June 13, 2013. (John Wark/AP)
An aircraft lays down a line of fire retardant between a wildfire and homes in the dry, densely wooded Black Forest area northeast of Colorado Springs, Colo., Thursday, June 13, 2013. (John Wark/AP)

Firefighters say they have battled the state's most destructive fire to a draw, despite strong winds and dry ground conditions.

But with the fire blazing over 25 square miles now, people continue to leave their homes and stream into emergency centers in places like Colorado Springs.

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Colorado Public Radio "Overnight numbers from El Paso County show 379 homes have been destroyed, up from Thursday's estimate of 360. Nine homes are listed as partially damaged. The Black Forest fire near Colorado Springs has claimed at least two lives."

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This segment aired on June 14, 2013.

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