At least 112 homes have been damaged or destroyed by an 81-square-mile wildfire in northern Colorado.
Authorities announced the new total Friday and said it will rise. Previously, authorities had confirmed 48 homes were damaged or destroyed.
Fire commanders say the fire is 15 percent contained and full containment could be two to four weeks away.
One person was killed when a cabin burned.
Evacuation calls have been made to about 3,000 phones since the fire started, but authorities cannot say how many homes are involved. Evacuation orders have been lifted for about 1,200 of those numbers.
Evacuations have also been ordered at a 16-square-mile fire near Pagosa Springs in southwest Colorado. Residents of two ranches were told to leave, but it wasn't clear how many people were there.