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About 10,000 people remained displaced by the largest wildfire in Colorado history today, a day after President Barack Obama visited the scene and called it a "major disaster".
Two bodies have been found so far according to reports, and police say fewer than 10 people may be unaccounted for. The victims names have not been released.
Reuters reports that authorities have found a second body in the debris of a burned-out home in Colorado Springs, marking the second fatality from a fierce wildfire in Colorado.
Police Chief Peter Carey released no further details about the victim, who becomes the sixth person killed this year in a Colorado wildfire season described by the governor as the worst in the state's history.
The discovery came on the same day that President Barack Obama visited the affected area.
Some 347 homes have also been destroyed by the wildfire.
NASA has released images taken from the International Space Station of the wildfires in Colorado.
From hundreds of miles up, a huge line of smoke is clearly visible. Take a look at the moving footage here.
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Barack Obama has toured areas ravaged by wildfires in Colorado and described the devastation as "heartbreaking".