The High Park Fire west of Fort Collins grew again over the weekend and continues to spread. The fire is nearing 57,000 acres and has destroyed a record of 181 homes, the most destroyed by a fire in Colorado History. There are nearly 1,800 firefighters on the ground now, being supported by 18 helicopters, five heavy air tankers and 119 fire engines. Crews have contained 45% of the fire, but it has spread to an area where most of the trees have been killed by pine beetles. A red flag warning today in the area has firefighters gearing up for more spread. Firefighters are also on the lookout for possible looters. A man was arrested yesterday after he entered the fire zone with fake credentials and a stolen government license plate. The 30 year old Denver man has been charged with impersonating a firefighter and theft. There is a statewide open burning ban in place and you can see what is banned and what is allowed by clicking here.