The most destructive wildfire in Colorado history continues to burn through miles of tinder-dry woods for a third day.

Colorado wildfire (Chris Schneider, Getty Images)

The Black Forest Fire northeast of Colorado Springs is only 5 percent contained.

The blaze is racing through miles of tinder-dry woods and has destroyed at least 360 houses. Thousands of residents have been evacuated. Crews today found the remains of two people.

A sheriff says remains of two people have been found in an area burned by a wildfire northeast of Colorado Springs, Colo.

The sheriff of Colorado's El Paso County says crews have found the remains of two people.

An estimated 40,000 people, including some in Colorado Springs, have been ordered to leave their homes.

 

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