Fourteen Firefighters Remembered In South Canyon Fire Ceremony

Jul 4, 2014

Fourteen firefighters were killed near Glenwood Springs in 1994 during the South Canyon Fire. A commemoration will be held on Sunday to remember them.
Fourteen firefighters were killed near Glenwood Springs in 1994 during the South Canyon Fire. A commemoration will be held on Sunday to remember them.
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Twenty years ago this month, a fast-moving wildland fire near Glenwood Springs killed 14 firefighters. On Sunday firefighters and family members will remember those who died in the South Canyon Fire during a special commemoration. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen spoke with David Boyd with the Bureau of Land Management. He’s helping organize the event.

The South Canyon Fire commemoration starts at 4:45pm at Two Rivers Park in Glenwood Springs on Sunday (6/7). For more information, visit this website.