LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. — A 10-acre grass fire that broke out Saturday in Larimer County is now fully contained.
The fire was burning in the northeast area of the county near Virginia Dale Community Church north of Livermore, according to the Livermore Fire Protection District.
It was first reported sometime Saturday and grew to around 10-acres in size. No structures were reported damaged.
Crews from the Poudre Fire Authority , the Wellington Fire Protection District and the Larimer County Sheriff's Office were assisting Livermore Fire in their efforts to contain the blaze.
U.S. 287 was closed in the area.
There is no word on what might have caused the fire.