Colo. wildfire could be linked to controlled burn

FILE - This March 18, 2012 file photo provided by the Yuma, Colo., Pioneer, shows a wildfire that forced authorities to temporarily close a section of U.S. Highway 34 east of Yuma County, Colo. This wildfire that has caused at least a half-million dollars' worth of damage on Colorado's plains was sparked by a power line snapped by strong winds, according to a report Friday March 23, 2012. (AP Photo/The Yuma Pioneer, Tony Rayl, File)

March 27, 2012 7:25:51 PM PDT
Investigators on Tuesday were trying to determine whether a controlled burn designed to minimize wildfire risk reignited and became a stubborn mountain wildfire that forced hundreds of residents to flee their homes and may have caused the deaths of two people.