In-Depth coverage of the Marshall Fire that destroyed more than 500 homes in Colorado

In-Depth coverage of the Marshall Fire that destroyed more than 500 homes in Colorado

The Denver7 team brings you in-depth coverage of the Marshall Fire at 10 p.m. on Dec. 30, 2021 after it tore through Boulder County, fueled by hurricane force winds, burning at least 500 homes, according to officials.

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  1. Verlene Butts says:

    Prayers to all families, their animals and everyone involved in fighting these fires. God Bless everyone!🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

    • Jenna Bourgeois says:

      These people are anti-Christian so why pray for them???

    • Trine Madsen-Smith says:

      Why is everyone down here a moron? Man (or woman) is just giving their blessings, their hopes. Even if you’re an atheist, do you gotta criticize? So many people just lost their homes, their entire lives, including my grandma’s, whose house burned down in these fires. It’s disgusting that all you guys do is complain.

    • GARY THOMPSON says:

      @Jenna Bourgeois Because they are the ones who need prayed for the most. May God have mercy on their souls..

    • Tennille Patterson says:


    • Yaniv B says:

      Your prayers and joining hands together completely undid the event. Great job. Thanks for that.

  2. Gwyn 19 says:

    Our hearts are so saddened by the devastation these fires have caused to so many lives. May your countrymen’s prayers be a source of upliftment.

  3. Tammie Pulley says:

    I’m so sorry. The winds and fire are traumatizing. Speaking from CA Bay Area. In such chaos it’s hard to feel you are getting the latest and correct evacuation info and it can change quickly. That makes it even worse. The not knowing exactly if you are doing the right thing, driving to the right evacuation location etc. I am so sorry. We went through it last year. You will get through this. The fire will end. Thanks to the fire, police, hospital and rescue workers. Sending love from fire zones on CA.

  4. Andrew SUN says:

    Prayers for everyone who is suffering.

    • ewa says:

      Judging by the number of disasters God is sending in the USA’s direction, maybe, just maybe, he is not happy with the country.

  5. cuddly_ koala2 says:

    As someone who was touched by the bushfires in australia new years two years ago. Sending prayers and hope for the families of those who have lost their homes. We here in australia are thinking of you today.



    • TeamRocket says:

      @DONT BE A MENACE IN NY WHILE DRINKING YOUR HENNY Why do Americans not give a fuck about the disasters that are going on around them is my question?

    • Roslyn Janke says:

      Tornadoes, fires ,floods, earthquakes, landslides, sinkholes, blizzards
      hurricanes, heat waves, mass animal die off’s and diseases are all the
      SIGNS of the END TIMES spoken of by the Bible and people need to
      heed all the warnings and REPENT while you still have time Seek the
      Lord while He can be found, Call upon Him while He is near. Isaiah 55
      :6 Believe in the life, death & resurrection of Jesus Christ the Son of
      GOD who died for all of us so we can live through Him as it is written
      in 1 CORINTHIANS 15:1-4 Believe in the Gospel of Salvation Be born
      again in Christ and be saved. 🕊🙏🎺✨❤🌹❤✨🎺🙏🕊

    • Daveyboy says:

      That was no regular bush fire.

  6. SickOfTheBS ✌🏻 says:

    I’m soooo very sorry to the families and businesses that have lost everything. I can’t even imagine. Gosh, what a way for December to end, between the tornadoes in KY and IL and the death and destruction those caused and now this. This year can’t get over soon enough!!!! I feel especially bad for the parents that are trying to keep it together to keep their children calm. The trauma has to be horrible. Again, I’m so very sorry. Sending positive thoughts of peace and love to all.

    • BeeFriendlyApiary says:

      What about the 80,000 people who die every year because they can’t afford to get medical help here in USA? No consideration for them???

    • SickOfTheBS ✌🏻 says:

      @BeeFriendlyApiary Sir, while I agree that is horrible, what does that have to do with the wildfires and tornadoes that have taken so many lives and destroyed so much property??? I just understand how your reply fits this story??!!!!

  7. Fish Tales says:

    Devastating god bless the firefighters for trying their best in difficult circumstances, Stay safe and our prayers are with you all affected from my family here in the UK

  8. vijayaluxmi govender says:

    Praying for the people of Colorado. From Kwazulu Natal. South Africa

  9. Duke Hogan says:

    This was a horrific, wickedly fast and dynamic event, but it could’ve been much worse. Property can be replaced, lives can’t. Hats off to the first responders for getting so many to safety.

  10. Phoenix Light says:

    I live in Palmer Lake, Colorado, a few hrs SE of this area. The winds have been insane. I thought it would flip my car off the hwy and there were branches flying…I just now learned about this fire going on (I rarely watch the news). It’s so traumatic and devastating, I can’t fathom it all. I lived through a devastating flood a few years back, which happened because of the Waldo Canyon fire the year before, and lost everything. It was such a horrible experience, but here I am. They have so much they are grieving now, pets surely lost, so much destruction to process. The best help they can get, in this order….immediate needs met (shelter, food, prescriptions filled, pet food/supplies and carry crates, clean clothes, etc), a car if needed, list of agency contacts for replacing documents, apply for assistance funds, etc. Of course clothing and other things are needed also, but the best offering is compassion and kindness and care. Things can be replaced and ultimately don’t even matter much in the end, but being lifted up, helping someone carry the burden for awhile means so much to the spirit and Soul of the one who is suffering these moments. Just be there fully in heart, for anyone needing help, give in any capacity available to you, prayers are free, be the Light someone needs right now. The chaos in the world is relentless lately, and we need each other more than we realize. May the next steps for everyone impacted and traumatized by this fire lead them into healing and loving support and empathy, to help them move through their grief and pain. 🙏🏾💕💚 p. s . The pets need help too; it’s a tremendous challenge to find anyplace for them to go suddenly and they are also traumatized and need care and compassion and reassurance! Even offering for a pet to have a quiet and safe home to live for awhile can offer much, much needed relief. 💜

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