NU Online News Service, Sept. 9, 3:45 p.m. EDT

Insurers are on site and responding to an influx of claims in the Boulder, Colo., area where a wildfire has destroyed 140 structures, including 135 homes.

Several thousand people remain evacuated from their homes, although some have been allowed to return with a warning that they may be asked to evacuate again. Favorable weather conditions–rain, high humidity and low winds–allowed firefighters to gain a measure of control against the blaze, which has consumed about 6,400 acres.

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