Transcript for Fires Still Raging in Colorado
colorado where for tens of thousands of families there is an unknown heading into the holiday weekend. Will they this is fast-moving. Just one home spared there. Trees covered in ash. Just the skelton of a home there. Then this, two people hugging, only the fireplace still standing tonight. And these mailboxes melted in an instant. Abc's clayton sandelleads us off near colorado springs. Firefighters locked in an epic battle. Today, a gift from the sky. The weather, helping quench this mont strous fire that's killed two people, destroyed 400 homes and turned entire neighborhoods into charred waste lands. I thought last night was a success. To me, it was kind of that turning point weave been looking for. Reporter: The sheriff believes someone started this fire, but doesn't on if it was an accident or on purpose. You don't know if we're going to even have a home. Reporter: Like 40,000 other fire refugees, cindy and her family need a place to say, but there's no room at the inn. Any inn. Back on the road again. Reporter: They found a hotel two hours away. We have our family, and that is -- if anything, we have each other and we've always been able to rely on each other. Reporter: Exactly one year ago, the massive waldo canyon fire turned shauna's house into ashes. This is my house. So this is the house. Reporter: Today she's rebuilding, offering hope to all those families suffering tonight. There's just so much loss and that it does get better. It's a journey of healing. It takes time. Reporter: For thomas, some of that healing time began when he was reunited with the horse he was forced to leave behind. This roadblock has been up all day, but now that the weather is cooperating and some people will now be allowed to go home.
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