Authorities are asking for the public's help in determining the source of the Cameron Peak Fire.

According to a press release from the U.S. Forest Service, their fire investigation team is in need of photos, videos, or other information that could be relevant to the cause of the blaze, which started on August 13.

Officials are requesting media related to the southern trails of Cameron Peak, especially if it features active fire or smoke near the trails.

If you have photos or videos, please email them to SM.FS.usfsarp@usda.gov.

Other information can be shared by calling (307)-745-2392 and selecting option 5. Be sure to leave your name and phone number so that authorities can get back in touch with you.

As of Wednesday (August 19) morning, the fire has grown to 15,738 acres. Governor Jared Polis has also issued a fire ban for the state of Colorado.

Stay up to date with the Cameron Peak Fire here. 

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