Cleanup Efforts Begin

 
by K2 News Desk, info@k2tv.com 
 
The Sensebaugh wildfire, which burned near Muddy Mountain all weekend, is just about fully contained. 
 
Because of that containment, Aaron Voos of the U.S. Forest Service says crews are transitioning to a type-4 command unit. That means most of the frontline firefighters are heading home, and that mop up will now become the priority. 
 
Authorities say the fire has burned 211 acres in the Medicine Bow National Forest. No buildings were destroyed or threatened by the blaze, which is believed to have been started by lightning.