A Tesla service center in downtown Superior, Colorado, was one of several buildings that incurred significant damage after destructive fires burned through Boulder County on Thursday, December 30.
Footage released by Broomfield Police shows thick smoke clouds and flames along the highway. In an earlier post, officers described the smoke as “so thick, first responders were having trouble with visibility.”
The Marshall Fire, the largest of the fires, grew to an estimated 6,200 acres but was dampened with the help of snowfall in the area. According to local reports, the fire may have destroyed as many as 1,000 homes. Credit: Broomfield Police via Storyful