Arson suspected in 2 El Paso County park fire

COLORADO SPRINGS — The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is investigating two fires believed to have been intentionally set at a regional park in Black Forest.

Investigators say they believe the fires are not related.

The 400-acre park is just west of the scar from June’s Black Forest fire, which burned 14,000 acres and destroyed 488 homes.

The sheriff’s office says that fire was human-caused and it also remains under investigation.



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