COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - The most destructive wildfire in Colorado's history is getting a last review by city officials in Colorado Springs.
The city on Wednesday will release a final "after-action" report on the Waldo Canyon Fire, which killed two people and destroyed more than 340 houses in Colorado Springs.
The fire broke out in June and blackened 28 square miles. The number of houses destroyed was the worst for any fire in state history.
Another 13 houses were damaged.
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