Colo. Officials Discuss Fire Aftermath, Efforts To Get Boulder Community Back Up And Running

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  • Source: OAN
  • 01/06/2022
Officials in Colorado gathered for a press conference Tuesday to discuss how authorities are working to survey the damage left by the vicious Marshall Fire.

Louisville Deputy Police Chief Gary Santos began by thanking the volunteers who are handing out water during a time like this, adding crews are working around the clock to restore safe drinking water to residents.

“Thank you to all the volunteers who continue to help us distribute water,” he stated. “Your help is invaluable and we sincerely appreciate all of you, thank you. The city’s water team is working 24/7 to restore safe drinking water to all Louisville residents and we hope to have it back on line by Sunday, January 9.”

The CEO of the Community Foundation Boulder County, Tatiana Hernandez, also emphasized how appreciative she is over the $5 million in donated funds, which will be distributed to citizens whose homes were damaged or destroyed.
After the fire. by Hans Isaacson is licensed under Unsplash
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