Fire Burns at Colorado’s Frisco Historic Park and Museum

June 20, 2011

Frisco police are investigating what caused a fire at one of the buildings at the Frisco Historic Park and Museum.

Town officials say a passing driver noticed flames around 7 a.m. Sunday and called for help. Firefighters extinguished the flames at the Ruth House building before it spread to any other buildings.

Town officials say the inside of the Ruth House and roof were damaged, but the exterior frame is in good condition. Park staff are trying to salvage what was inside.

Police also found a broken window at the Bills Ranch House at the back of the Historic Park complex but aren’t sure if the two incidents are related. No items were missing from the building.

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