BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — Three weeks after the most destructive fire in Colorado history sparked in Boulder County, the heads of firefighting organizations are sitting down to discuss the response.

The Marshall Fire burned more than 1,000 homes between Louisville, Superior and unincorporated Boulder County. It’s is considered one of the worst climate disasters in the United States in 2021.

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The central resource location for Marshall Fire victims, the Disaster Assistance Center, will close on Saturday and shift to a widespread, long-term recovery effort.

Several fire chiefs, including Mountain View Fire Protection District Chief Dave Beebe, Louisville Fire Protection District Chief John Willson and Hygiene Fire Department Chief Cody Trevithick sat down with FOX31 Investigative Reporter Lori Jane Gliha to discuss the response. Boulder County Sheriff’s Office Fire Management Officer Seth McKinney was also be a part of the discussion.

You can watch the roundtable interview on FOX31 NOW in the player above.