Colorado Springs Wildfire Doubles in Size: June 27 Updates, Video
32,000 Evacuated as Colorado Springs Wildfire Jumps Firefighters' Perimeter
The Waldo Canyon fire, burning near Colorado Springs, has doubled in size after jumping the firefighting perimeter. Fire Chief Rich Brown described the Colorado Springs wildfire as "a firestorm of epic proportions".
You can see the latest eyewitness photos and video of the wildfire below.
32,000 people were ordered to evacuate their homes, including 21,000 on-campus residents at the Air Force Academy. The massive blaze is choking Colorado Springs with smoke, and firefighters cannot tell how many homes have been destroyed since June 26.
The Waldo Springs fire has become the state's number-one firefighting priority in the worst wildfire season Colorado has seen in a decade.