Draeger, Colorado, is the scene of the latest wildfire.

According to the Draeger Daily Herald, “Firefighters have not yet been able to return to work due to smoke and flames from a large fire in the parking lot of the Draeges store on Friday night.

The fire broke out just after midnight and was put out by about 1 a.m.

Sunday.

Firefighters have been battling the blaze for hours, fighting blazes on both sides of the road and near a home, according to the Daily Herald.

Firefighters in the nearby town of Horseshoe Point, about 25 miles away, have not been able yet to return, the Daily Post reports.

They said there are about 5,000 acres of brushland that they are working on to contain the fire.”

The Draeger Herald also reported that one Draeger employee was treated for a minor burn on his arm and had to be put on a ventilator.

Draeger, the largest firefighting company in the country, is owned by the Kroger Corporation, a Fortune 500 company.