The Loveland area had its own wildfire to deal with on Monday.

Fortunately, the flames burning off of Spring Glade Road west of Loveland have been fully contained, according to Loveland Fire Rescue Authority.

The wildfire burned approximately 10-11 acres before being extinguished. Eight crews made up of 30 firefighters from LFRA, Berthoud Fire, and assistance from air operations from the State of Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control were successful in their efforts to stop the fire before any evacuation requests had to be implemented.

Crews were on scene for several hours after the wildfire containment to extinguish pockets of fuel, according to Loveland Fire Rescue Authority.

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Source: Loveland Fire Rescue Authority Facebook