Colorado's wildfires continue to burn throughout the state, but the Northern Colorado region has been ravaged by the Cameron Peak Fire and Mullen Fire for the last two months, and now the East Troublesome Fire has erupted overnight. 

On Thursday, October 22, the town of Estes Park was placed on mandatory evacuation, as residents of Granby and Grand Lake were also forced to flee quickly.

While the smoke has turned the skies in Northern Colorado from day to night, with a dark, eerie orange glow, the loss and destruction to the west of the Fort Collins and Loveland area is heartbreaking to watch. If you are able to help evacuees and first responders, here's how you can.

CBS4 in Denver shared a homeowner's security camera footage of the East Troublesome Fire reaching her property.