After suffering the loss of their home in the Marhsall Fire, the Fazio family was dealt another devastating blow when their vehicle with their only remaining possessions was stolen. The vehicle was stolen from a hotel in Westminster where the Fazio's were staying.

Memories in the form of photos were some of the only items the family were able to gather before the Marshall Fire took their home in the Rock Creek neighborhood in Superior.

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Nicole Fazio told KDVR "the car was the last comfort zone I had". With the return of their vehicle and the family photos, the Fazio family can now start the process of rebuilding their lives after the Marshall Fire.

The Marshall Fire in Boulder County was deemed the most destructive in Colorado's history. The fire burned more than 6,00 acres, destroyed over 1,000 homes, and nearly 400 structures during the wind-fueled blaze. Authorities in Boulder County reported that the Marshall Fire reached 100 percent containment on Jan. 3.

Source: KDVR

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