Firefighters on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation contained the Six Shooter Fire on Sunday after the blaze burned about 224 acres over four days.
The fire, started by lightning, was 100% contained by Sunday morning, according a statement from a spokeswoman for the Southern Ute Tribal Council. It burned in Six Shooter Canyon.
About 150 firefighters worked on the fire. The blaze did not destroy any buildings. Firefighters will remain in the area through Monday, according to the statement.
Fire restrictions remain in place on the reservation, and open burning, campfires outside of official campsites and fireworks are currently prohibited.
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