Houses, pets lost in Redlands Mesa Fire Fire likely human-caused

No people hurt, but pets die in blaze over 240 acres

Photos by BEVERLY CORBELL/The Daily Sentinel
STEVE SCHROEDER of the Hotchkiss Volunteer Fire Department surveys damage Friday morning on Redlands Mesa between Hotchkiss and Delta. The blaze that was fanned by high winds was likely human-caused, officials said. It was mostly contained as of Friday evening.



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Photos by BEVERLY CORBELL/The Daily Sentinel
STEVE SCHROEDER of the Hotchkiss Volunteer Fire Department surveys damage Friday morning on Redlands Mesa between Hotchkiss and Delta. The blaze that was fanned by high winds was likely human-caused, officials said. It was mostly contained as of Friday evening.

HOTCHKISS — When police stopped Arthur Harriman on his drive home Thursday from Paonia to Redlands Mesa, he learned fire was threatening his home. Harriman was told to come back two…




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