January 22, 2022

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Marshall Fire: Church volunteers find wedding ring in rubble of burned home

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SUPERIOR, Colo. (KDVR) — On Friday, crews started removing burned cars from neighborhoods impacted by the Marshall Fire.

The Sagamore subdivision was one of the first where the removal took place.

Karla Bennet is glad the cars and other debris in the roadways are being cleared. As wreckers towed cars, Bennet was digging through the rubble on her property.

A team of Samaritan’s Purse volunteers was spread across the ashes helping her. They are helping her look for her most treasured items in rubble and ash left by the Marshall Fire.

“They are looking for anything that had enough of a memory. We had so many years of our lives. We were big bikers,” Bennett said.

She’s hoping to salvage beloved…

Vicente Arenas

2022-01-14 20:48:21

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